Apparently he was pulled over in NYC at around 5:30 AM with a b/a level double the legal limit. You have to imagine that he will be suspended for at least a month. Consider what happened in the Donte Stallworth situation and the suspension might be longer.
I'll never forget that MSU game in 04 and all the great performances he gave us during his tenure. But certainly Braylon has not brought much maturity to the NFL. From his fight with Lebron in Cleveland and his antics with Browns management, up to this past Sunday where, during perhaps his best game as a Jet, he gets called for a stupid unsportsmanlike conduct penalty, Braylon has clearly struggled to act like a professional in the NFL. It's a shame too because he was, and remains, such a great talent. I think it's tough to judge NFL players sometimes because the media spotlight can be excessive and unfair, but clearly this was a huge mistake. You make millions, hire a driver if you want to have a night out.
Here's to hoping he's able to straighten things out and salvage what can still be a very good NFL career. But this is a news story to follow throughout the days/weeks to come.
Here's a link from the NY Post: