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Braylon Edwards makes smart move before Jets-Dolphins game

Have another doughnut

The beard is gone and he's no longer Abraylonham Edwards. He's just plain old Braylon, the guy who was punished for his drunk driving arrest by sitting out the first quarter of the New York Jets game against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday night and then scored on a 67-yard touchdown play.

Edwards, whose Jets won 31-23, made a really smart move before the game. On Friday, he called NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, the guy Chad Ochocinco calls "dad" on Twitter to apologize for being nabbed with a blood-alcohol level twice the legal limit.

"I just wanted to...have a personal conversation," Edwards said.

Goodell did not pick up, although Edwards said he expects to connect with the commish this week.

Worst nightmare or best comeback?

It's early -- ridiculously early, given that the schedule is only three weeks old -- but there's NFL MVP talk involving ... Michael Vick.

Wrong place, wrong time

Florida's Will Hill bowls over a man in a wheelchair.

Why, thanks, Tom

Presenting the master of the two-minute offense and the backhanded compliment, Mr. Tom Brady.

Brady on Woodhead knowing playbook, ""not sure where he went to college. I know he's not like a Harvard kid...but he did a hell of a job."less than a minute ago via TweetDeck

Give him a gyro. Stat.

Yes, Potbelly is so superior to Greek cuisine. Sigh.

Can't find a decent sandwich here in Greece, wish they had potbellys!! #SoIrritating sponsored http://spn.tw/tzWwfless than a minute ago via Sponsored Tweets

Fourth downs nothing if not pesky

From the Box Seats, Stephen L. Carter says more teams should go for it on fourth down.

By Cindy Boren  | September 27, 2010; 7:53 AM ET
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How is it in all the replays shown, neither Schlereth or his partner notice the guy in the wheelchair getting mown over?

Posted by: dcborn61 | September 27, 2010 11:03 AM | Report abuse

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