Officer lets Edwards go, but Browns WR still ends up with speeding ticket
BEREA, Ohio -- A star-struck police officer who made a traffic stop on Cleveland Browns wide receiver Braylon Edwards let the player go without a speeding ticket, a suburban police chief said Friday.
Edwards was stopped on Aug. 29 in Avon, Ohio, after police said he was driving 120 mph in his Bentley along Interstate 90.
The officer apparently was star-struck over meeting the Pro Bowler, said Avon Police Chief Paul Romond.
Edwards has since been served with the ticket, and the ...
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