Even though Braylon Edwards didn’t land in jail for allegedly socking LeBron James' friend, the Cleveland Browns receiver could still lose a great deal of his most valuable asset – his fans.
He could also find himself in some serious hot water with the league, which is investigating whether he violated the league's conduct policy, NBC Sports reports.
Last year, Edwards was found guilty of driving 120 miles per hour – not a major offense – which could make him a repeat offender under the league's policy.
“Whether the league gets involved or not, the incident could amplify Edwards' poor production since 2007,” NBC Sports reports. “Edwards had the same number of receptions as LeBron Sunday, while rookie Mohammad Massaquoi grabbed eight passes for 148 yards.”