Jets wide receiver Braylon Edwards was in court this morning, for a hearing related to his September 21 arrest for allegedly driving drunk at 12th Avenue and West 34th Street. A Manhattan ADA told the judge, "We're still in discussions at this time," while Edwards' lawyer said, "He is not getting special attention. ... The case is following a normal pattern."

Edwards was initially stopped by cops because his Range Rover's windows were "overly tinted," and the Post reported that he allegedly admitted to drinking before asking, "We were coming from a party. How about I just leave the car and take a cab and go home? ... "Why was I stopped for having tints if my driving didn't lead you to believe I was drunk?" He allegedly had a 0.156 blood alcohol (via Breathalyzer) at the scene and a 0.164 at the station house; the legal limit is 0.08.

The 27-year-old looked was dressed in a suit and didn't speak during the hearing. He's also under probation for assaulting a friend of Lebron James at a Cleveland nightclub last year. Edwards said to the NY Times about life in Cleveland, "There's nothing going on in Cleveland. There's no real estate. There's no social life, no social networking. All the people who have something going on leave Cleveland. So Cleveland has nothing, and I came in there with a New York-type of essence. So what? That was the attitude I came in with. Like, this is who I am. They didn't like the flash."