New York Jets wide receiver Braylon Edwards was arrested in New York on suspicion of driving under the influence. Edwards was pulled over for having excessively tinted windows on his Range Rover. When the police approached the car, they smelled alcohol and had Edwards exit the vehicle. He reportedly blew a 0.16% on the breathalyzer. New York's DUI laws are similar to California's DUI laws, it is illegal to drive with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08% or greater.
The Jets general manager said the team would take the appropriate disciplinary measures once they investigate these allegations. Ironically, the team provides a 24-hour luxury car service for all its players it is provided free of charge by the ball club, to prevent this type of situation.
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