Originally written on Cleveland Frowns  |  Last updated 11/12/14

INDIANAPOLIS - JANUARY 24: Quarterback Mark Sanchez #6 celebrates with wide receiver Braylon Edwards #17 of the New York Jets after Edwards catches an 80-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter from Sanchez against the Indianapolis Colts during the AFC Championship Game at Lucas Oil Stadium on January 24, 2010 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
It’s hard to imagine better evidence of the resiliency of humanity than today’s news. Which is to say that there really probably is hope for even the most raging sociopaths that history has ever produced; and also that a most basic prescription for the worst Code Plaid personality disorder that’s ever been diagnosed might well have led straight to the road to recovery. Because for the first time in history, Braylon Edwards opened his mouth to talk about Cleveland, and something that isn’t profoundly offensive came out of it. In an interview with Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle: Q: You played Cleveland last year. Did that take some of the novelty of playing your former team out of it? BE: I think so. I think any time you play for a team, it’s all more so playing that team in that city. I think that does a little something, whether it was a great experience, whether it was a bad experience or indifferent. Going back to that place is always interesting for whatever reason...
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