Big Ten Network suspends Braylon Edwards after tweet criticizing Michigan
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Former NFL and Michigan wide receiver Braylon Edwards has been suspended indefinitely by the Big Ten Network - his current employer - according to The Athletic's Chris Vannini. Edwards criticized his alma mater in a tweet Saturday night.

The tweet was sent during the Wolverines' season-opening 24-17 loss to Notre Dame. Quarterback Shea Patterson completed just 20 of 30 passes for 227 yards, no touchdowns, and one interception.

Edwards is an analyst for BTN. He didn't let his suspension deter him from voicing his frustration about the school's play with another tweet sent Monday afternoon.

He caught 252 passes for 3,541 yards and 39 touchdowns over four years at Michigan from 2001 to 2004.

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Big Ten Network suspends Braylon Edwards after tweet criticizing Michigan
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