Deal with THIS, LeBron:
Braylon Edwards couldn't contain his excitement. This was a Sunday to let loose.
As energized Browns fans broke into Ohio State's signature "O-H-I-O" sing-a-long, raising their arms overhead to form each letter in the fourth quarter, Edwards, a Michigan man through and through, joined in.
"I was definitely doing it," Edwards admitted. "This is Ohio. This is my residence. This is where I play football. This is where I earn my paycheck. This is the city I've adopted and the one that has adopted me. I don't mind doing O-H-I-O. I don't believe it just pertains to Ohio State.
"Cleveland," he said, "is in Ohio."