i'm gointo have to side with 5.9haight. on all of the 2nd gens that i've owned, they all do this. what happens is when temperature outside and the dew point match, it causes condensation on the rotors which turns to rust. the rust causes the pads to grab abnormally hard, causing the front brakes to lock. you'll also notice this happening after it rains too. when you start it up and take off, ride your brakes ever so slightly for a little ways. this will fix the problem. to test, when you stop at your first stop sign, they should act normal. the next morning, don't ride the brakes and they will grab. not a solution to this problem, just the joys of owning a 2nd gen.
2006 Dodge 2500, quad cab, 6 speed, 4" lift, 35's on 20s, Smarty TNT, BD Killer B turbo, Jacobs exhaust brake, Valair Street DD Ceramic clucth, cat delete, MBRP performance muffler