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Edwards Spent Close to $3,500 on Alcohol Before Stallworth Accident

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Today’s PD reports that Browns WR Braylon Edwards spent a whopping $3,443 on alcohol the night before the morning of the accident involving teammate Donte’ Stallworth”

Braylon Edwards and Donte Stallworth, No. 17 and No. 18, respectively, in your Browns program, are friends. Each was also an enabler of sorts for the other. The fatal accident in which a legally drunk Stallworth struck and killed Miami pedestrian Mario Reyes in March followed a night when he and Edwards carried on like “Diamond” Jim Brady.

Edwards spent $3,443, including $1,500 for a bottle of champagne and $695 on vodka. Stallworth, who was celebrating a $4.5 million bonus the Browns had just paid him, bought for Edwards’ table a $375 bottle of tequila. He was also billed $90 for five shots of the stuff.

After reading an account such as this, it’s amazing that anyone could even get behind the wheel of a vehicle, and is amazing that more people were not hurt.

11 Comments

11 Comments

  1. Logan

    July 9, 2009 at 8:59 pm

    well matt at least when you steal a story you cite where you jacked it from……i swear some of the articles are copy/pasted off of cleveland browns.com………..

  2. Brownie Man

    July 9, 2009 at 9:29 pm

    $3,443?! He must have been thirsty!

  3. Matt Loede

    July 10, 2009 at 1:01 am

    Yeah Logan, I’m sure ClevelandBrowns.com would have put out a story about one of their own spending close to $3500 on alcohol…

  4. Clayton

    July 10, 2009 at 6:49 am

    I couldn’t give two sh**s how much money Edwards spent on booze. I would have appreciated a couple shots myself.

  5. Logan

    July 10, 2009 at 7:54 pm

    Matt, look at some of the articles postedo n this site, they are word for word copied off of the Browns offical website, PD, and espn……. your a effin fat loser. Go start a world of warcraft account tons of fun

  6. Matt Loede

    July 10, 2009 at 8:05 pm

    Hey Lose, I mean Logan

    I don’t even know what a “world of warcraft” account is, but it’s pretty obvious you’ve just shown your true colors you geekoid, acne filled, can’t get laid loser.

    As for copying stories, about half a million sites do it a day, so the few times we’ve done it doesn’t really make us all that different, does it?

    Keep throwin fat jokes, your a world of class…call me when you get a date..your first one that is, because your next one will be your first one dork.

  7. Logan

    July 11, 2009 at 11:42 am

    sorry, i guess i might have struck a nerve and just b/c everyone else does it doesn’t make it ok…….If you really followed the virtues of journalism you wouldn’t do that if somebody else beats you on a story then you should give them credit. you act like you guys personaly interview these people and you don’t you just google shit and copy and paste it.

    Just like when you tried saying the Braylon trade was on the brink……you don’t know shit you just copy other people work……your a theif…if you took any journalism classes, even a 100-200 level one you would know that this is not journalism its pretty much bloging and stealing.

  8. Logan

    July 11, 2009 at 1:28 pm

    i hope you get effin sued by the PD that would be awesome.

  9. Matt Loede

    July 11, 2009 at 5:55 pm

    The “virtues of journalism”? Unreal. And as far as the Edwards trade goes, it WAS on the brink, it would have been a done deal if the player the Giants were offering was the guy the Browns wanted.

    If your so such an authority and talent, why are you READING blogs and not running one?

    If the PD sued us, it would only enhance the product we already have, so say go for it.

    In the meantime, please keeping reading and commenting so our hits go up and more money continues to come our way. Much appreciated.

  10. Logan

    July 11, 2009 at 6:32 pm

    you dont make shit, and yes journalism does have virtues tske a basic journalism class genius. I am no authority just a fan you have 3 aritcles on this site that are verbatum copied off of the browns offical website and the PD. your a theif, I have to much going for me to run a website that steals intellectual property. if i ran a website i would get the story on my own and not copy other sources with out giving them the due credit. I would also not pretend that i have connections and inside information…….information that any espn.com insider can read…..BTW terry Pluto said that the braylon trade was never seriously dicussed just informaly talked about at the combine…..

  11. ButchGavlen

    July 13, 2009 at 8:47 am

    Personally, the problem I have with this ‘article’ is the obvious fact that we’re supporting and enabling these guys to throw our hard earned money away like this. Please, spare me the speechof how they deserve it or any other such tripe; the owners need to pull in the reigns onthese guys and bring it back to reality and grow backbones. stop cutting each other’s throats via their agents bidding.

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