Perhaps this only interests me, as I'm a senior at the University of Michigan, but have you heard wide reciever Braylon Edwards recently? Ok, the draft is Saturday, yet he's already gone out and bought a Bentley. When asked about driving a 250,000 dollar car his reply was "That's ridiculous." He got a "good deal" so it was only 140,000. "250 is not 140." He hasn't even been drafted yet. He's already hired a team of agents and advisors whose jobs are "to make me money." Not too overly confident, are we Braylon? "I believe I'm the best player in the draft. I don't think there's any reason why I can't go to the NFL and dominate." Also his advisor has told him he is "the biggest thing since sliced bread." Why? "One, he speaks and presents himself well. Two 'I'm handsome. Its safe to say.' Three, he works hard and stays out of trouble." [all quotes-Detroit Free Press, 4/21/05, pages 1G and 8G]. Am I alone in hoping he hurts himself the first week of training, as a form of karma?