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SANTA CLARA Braylon Edwards on Monday admitted to being more banged up than has been disclosed, and the 49ers wide receiver said he was focused on getting healed for a likely playoff run.
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Braylon Edwards (17) returned to the 49ers' lineup against Cleveland on Oct. 30 after missing four games because of a knee injury.
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Wide receiver Braylon Edwards was brought in to be a big play receiver and to use his big body to make tough catches over the middle. But it appears a shoulder and knee injury have deprived Edwards of those highly-valued capabilities.
That's why the former Pro Bowl player and one-time third...
(11-28) 20:42 PST -- Adding injury to insult, Braylon Edwards has had just three catches of 20 or more yards this season and he's been hurt on two of those receptions.
On Monday, the 49ers wide receiver acknowledged he injured a shoulder on his longest reception of the season, a 24-yard...
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Wideout Braylon Edwards is among the San Francisco 49ers who are beat up heading into a week during which they hope to clinch the NFC West and their first playoff berth since 2002.
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Braylon Edwards is battling a shoulder injury along with a surgically repaired knee, and he wants those ailments fully healed so he can contribute in a seemingly inevitable playoff appearance.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. - Braylon Edwards on Monday admitted to be being more banged up than has been previously disclosed,...
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