Former Browns wide receiver Braylon Edwards stops assault in Michigan

Former Cleveland Browns Pro Bowl wide receiver Braylon Edwards was in the news after saving the day at a YMCA in Michigan. Edwards stopped an assault of an 80-year-old man in the locker room of the YMCA. After walking into the locker room, Edwards heard something that just didn’t sound right.

“I walk into the locker room after work, and basically, I hear about four rows behind me arguing about music and how it was being played too loud. The noise escalates, and then you can hear some pushing and shoving, so you know what fighting sounds like, but once I hear a thud, that’s when I got up and turned around.”

Edwards would go on to say that it was possible that the victim had a concussion and after pulling the suspect off the victim he fled before police were able to take him into custody. It was a good thing that Edwards was present as the victim could’ve suffered a far more serious injury if he wasn’t.

Story originally appeared on Browns Wire