Braylon Edwards Spends a Ton of Money on Alcohol

The latest news in the Donte Stallworth debacle is that he was out drinking with WR Braylon Edwards the night that he killed a pedestriDonte Stallworth will probably never play again for the Browns, but at least he was while driving intoxicated.  Rather than continuing to go on and on about this night in March, I would rather point out two things that stuck out to me with these newest developments:

1) Why did Stallworth go back home, take a quick nap, and decide to go out to breakfast only a few short hours later?  I suppose the drunk cravings for breakfast could have been too strong at that point, but once home, what drunk person actually has the willpower to go out once again?  Home is always that desperate final destination for the heavily intoxicated.  I can’t make fun of the guy too much though, because he seemed full of remorse when quoted in a police interview (from this article) as saying “If he would have completely stopped and not kept going … don’t know why he kept going. I don’t know. I should have just stayed home.”

2) Braylon Edwards spends A LOT of money on alcohol.  I don’t care how rich he is, but dropping $3,443 in one night at a club is a lot of cash to burn.  Let’s just say that one great season won’t last you forever monetarily if you’re throwing around that kind of money at just alcohol…for one night.

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  • caseydurkin

    It’s really shame what happens to these guys who have too much money.

  • drewster

    i just tailgate i doubt i wast anither min caring about the browns i mean really i think this team rebuilds every year

  • steve

    i’ve resently quit drinking. im 44 and spent 30 years of my life drunk. i love the browns and am looking forward to my first season sober. i think maybe some of them should look to their higher p[ower as i did and have a sober season too.