Braylon Edwards really doesn’t like Cleveland.
The former Browns receiver took a parting shot at the place he once called home after watching the horrific NBA Slam Dunk contest that featured absolutely nothing that would be deemed memorable.
“What the F$&@’ did I just watch with this #NBAAllStar Dunk contest??” Edwards first tweeted. “I could have won this [expletive]. #NBA and NFL your all-star weekends are trash. NHL and MLB thank you for what you do…..”
“I have to apologize for my earlier tweet about how bad the dunk contest was,” the former Pro Bowl wideout followed up. “It’s Cleveland I… what should I have expected????”
Edwards spent his first four seasons with the Cleveland Browns after being selected third overall in the 2005 NFL Draft.
Edwards had one monster season with the Browns in 2007, but things quickly changed as he started dropping the ball way too much. He never got that good again with stints with the Jets, 49ers and Seahawks.
Edwards played 8 seasons for 4 teams. Edwards had 359 catches for 5522 yards and scored 40 touchdowns.