BTN's Braylon Edwards apologizes on Twitter for outburst against Michigan football
Braylon Edwards made it known what he was feeling about Michigan football this past Saturday.
The Wolverines traveled to face Notre Dame and eventually lost 24-17. Edwards, currently with Big Ten Network and is a former member of the Wolverines, wasn’t happy with how his alma mater was playing.
Here’s Edwards’ initial tweet:
He then deleted the tweet, but was suspended by BTN on Sunday. However, Edwards is still tweeting about Michigan.
The former Wolverines WR did issue an apology, though:
I would like to address the tweet from this past Saturday. I should not have attacked Ruiz and Patterson that hard or period individually. I apologize as a former student athlete and NCAA analyst. With that being said UM football still needs to step up so no apologies there.
— Braylon Edwards (@OfficialBraylon) September 3, 2018
The final sentence in his apology is quite comical. Edwards isn’t shying away from calling Michigan out. He even said, “no apologies there.”
Michigan is now 0-1 in 2018 with 11 games remaining in the regular season. The Wolverines will have a chance to even its record and maybe get on the good side of Edwards this Saturday when the team hosts Western Michigan.