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Cox/Getty In four-plus seasons with the Cleveland Browns, Braylon Edwards develops a reputation as a butterfingers specialist for dropping 19 passes in 2008, a rep that he says is unfair.Related Stories   Braylon looks to catch on   Braylon thankful for out of Cleveland   Jets' Edwards faces jail after being accused of punching friend of LeBron   Braylon catches Giants' eyes   Take our Poll Gang Green Offense Who is the Jets' offensive MVP through the first half of the season?     Beat By Dre Pro    Braylon Edwards   Brandon Moore   Mark Sanchez   Dustin Keller   LaDainian Tomlinson  Before Braylon Edwards becomes a best-selling author by revealing the inside story on his "personal war with Cleveland," he has a game to play against his former team on Sunday."Any time you leave a spot, you want to show them," Rex Ryan said. "He wants to showcase the kind of skill he has."The Jets' mercurial wide receiver retraced his four-plus seasons with the Browns Wednesday, touching on everything from his "bull rap" as a butterfingers specialist to his constant adjusting to different quarterbacks to the losing culture in Cleveland that nearly prompted him to celebrate right in Eric Mangini's office when he  beats by dre studio wit was traded last fall."That's better suited for a book," Edwards said of the deterioration of his relationship with Browns fans. "There's definitely a lot of things that eventually one day I'll put in writing and put out there."Edwards wasn't delusional about the reception he'll get in Cleveland. He knows the Browns faithful will unleash some venom."I think the boos will be serious," he said. "I think everybody will be against me."Edwards fell out of favor in Cleveland not long after his Pro Bowl  Beats By Dr Dre Headphones Cheap season in 2007 that included 80 catches for  Dr Dre Studio Beat 1,289 yards and 16 touchdowns. According to ProFootballFocus.com, Edwards had 19 drops the following season, which drew   the ire of Browns fans. He's never really shaken that reputation despite only six drops in 2009 (including playoffs) and two this year."I feel like it was some B.S.," Edwards said of being labeled as a guy plagued by the dropsies. "I got a bad rap based off one year. I don't think it was fair. It stuck with me. I didn't like that rap. I did play with six or seven different quarterbacks that year, but that's neither here or there."Edwards, who has emerged as a reliable deep threat for Mark Sanchez, attributed his declining production with the Browns partly to their instability at quarterback. Edwards played with five different quarterbacks - Trent Dilfer, Charlie Frye, Derek Anderson, Brady Quinn and Ken Dorsey - in Cleveland."Every year, I'm trying to work with someone else," Edwards said. "Every week was trying to get on somebody else's page. It's tough."Edwards was traded by Mangini shortly after an altercation with a member of Le-Bron James' entourage outside a bar last fall. Edwards barely could contain himself when Mangini broke the news."I just couldn't show how excited I was at the time," Edwards said. "I thought it'd be unprofessional to do a dance in his office....When he told me that, I couldn't get out of Berea (Ohio) fast enough."The feeling, apparently, was mutual. Browns fans sent Edwards a flurry of hateful messages on Twitter and took potshots after he was gone."He was disappointed in the way that he was talked about when he left," Jerricho Cotchery said. "No one wants to be talked about like that when they're not around."Edwards' future with the Jets beyond this year is uncertain. He was arrested for DWI in September. On Tuesday, his case was adjourned to Jan. 11. (There's a possibility of a plea agreement before that scheduled court appearance.)"I've put all my emphasis in just trying to do everything possible to stay here," said Edwards, who signed a one-year restricted free agent deal   in the offseason. "I haven't complained. With the exception of that one situation (the DWI), I haven't been a distraction. Although that was pretty distracting."Edwards, who has a team-high 453 receiving yards, insisted that he won't have a problem harnessing his emotions on Sunday. His teammates said he was "relaxed" and "quiet" during team meetings and practice Wednesday."This one has a little added incentive for him," Sanchez said. "He'll be focused."
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