Braylon Edward’s brother, Berkley, fell off on the field Saturday night after taking a helmet beat.
Former Michigan wide recipient Braylon Edwards celebrated head coach Jim Harbaugh to rush to his brother Berkley’s side after driving was injured Saturday in Wolverine’s victory over Indiana.
In the fourth quarter, Berkley Edward’s helmet was hit by Hoosier’s linebacker Cam Jones and blocked a kickoff. Edwards lay relentlessly on the field for several minutes as the medical staff and Harbaugh gathered around him. The transferred transfer was attached to a gurney before falling off the field for precautionary reasons. Jones was invited to a penalty and was released from the game.
Harbaugh told reporters after the match that Berkley had a concussion. Edwards tweeted an update who said that his brother responded to tests and touched his extremities.
Michigan All-American also expressed his appreciation that Harbaugh was “called right next to Berk all the time”.
] In September, Edwards was suspended by Big Ten Network to send out a tweet criticizing Wolverines after their Week 1 loss for Notre Dame.
“Ruiz is weak, the line is weak, shea is afraid, f —— Michigan offensive is so predictable ….. Michigan football is unfortunately a thing ……. Rubbish,” Edwards tweeted and later deleted.
Harbaugh picked up the tweet in September and called Edward’s actions “disappointing.”
Referring to “Past in the Past” on Saturday night, it appears that Edwards and Harbaugh may have patched up things.