Former Michigan star Braylon Edwards was suspended earlier today by the Big Ten Network. Edwards’ punishment stemmed from his critical tweets during the Wolverines’ 24-17 loss to Notre Dame on Saturday.At least one of Edwards’ tweets used profanity, and harshly criticized two Michigan players: offensive lineman Cesar Ruiz and quarterback Shea Patterson. Jim Harbaugh called Edwards out for his comments earlier today.You can see Edwards’ since-deleted tweet below.Now, it looks like Edwards wants to walk back his statements on Ruiz and Patterson. He has issued an apology for his tweet regarding them.However, Edwards still isn’t backing down from his overall criticism of the program.“I would like to address the tweet from this past Saturday,” he tweeted. “I should not have attacked Ruiz and Patterson that hard or period individually. I apologize as a former student athlete and NCAA analyst. With that being said UM football still needs to step up so no apologies there.”I would like to address the tweet from this past Saturday. I should not have attacked Ruiz and Patterson that hard or period individually. I apologize as a former student athlete and NCAA analyst. With that being said UM football still needs to step up so no apologies there.— Braylon Edwards (@OfficialBraylon) September 3, 2018Edwards is right to apologize for his opinions on those two players. He certainly can hold them, but to express them like that isn’t a good look.Still, it is going to be interesting to see what his future comments about Harbaugh and Michigan as a whole look like.
CALGARY — Cleanup crews are on site in northeastern Alberta after an estimated 100,000 litres of salty produced water leaked from a pipeline operated by Baytex Energy Corp.The Alberta Energy Regulator says the leak was reported last Wednesday.It says the pipeline on the site about 45 kilometres southeast of Peace River has been shut down to stop the flow.The regulator says there has been no affect on waterbodies or wildlife.It says AER staff have responded to the site and remain in contact with the company to ensure all cleanup requirements are being met.Baytex reported it produced about 17,300 barrels of oil equivalent per day from its Peace River area assets in the first quarter of 2019.The Canadian Press