As expected, Edwards avoids doing any jail time due to his probation violation in Cleveland caused by his DWI in NY.
Edwards was spared from doing any jail time (Surely prenegotiated by his lawyer) and instead had his 18 month original probation term extended by 1 year and must complete 100 hours of community service.
All the the articles are stating that he could be disciplined under the leagues substance abuse policy, however this is incorrect. A DWI does not fall under the leagues substance abuse rules as we saw last year when the league did not discipline him. With that said... He could still be suspended under the leagues personal conduct policy but i would imagine the union would fight that charge as he was not sentenced to any jail time, and this relates back to a charge he was not disciplined for in the first place. The league would essentially have to discipline him for violating probation on a charge that he wasn't initially disciplined for.
Hopefully we have some news of Bray's signing with the Jets within the next 24 to 48 hours.