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Karma can work in mysterious ways sometimes. Take the scenario of Braylon Edwards and his time with the Seattle Seahawks for example.
The New York Jets reportedly tried to trade for their former player after Santonio Holmes was lost for the year with a foot injury. Seattle declined the trade, because they thought Edwards would produce for them at some point in the season season, according to Jason La Confora of CBS Sports.
Related: Could Braylon Edwards’ NFL Career Be Over?
The Seahawks would eventually cut Edwards after his infamous twitter shot at New York.
Edwards later apologized, and is now without a job. Karma really is a b***h, because Edwards never knew the Jets tried to acquire him again.
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