Found October 25, 2011 on
Fresh off their bye week, the San Francisco 49ers are expected to get WR Braylon Edwards back into their lineup. Edwards is expected back at 49ers practice today. The wide receiver has been sidelined with a torn meniscus in his right knee. Niners head coach Jim Harbaugh told reporters that he was encouraged about Edwards’ return after watching him practice last week.
The addition of Edwards is a welcome addition for San Francisco. The Niners lost wide receiver Josh Morgan to a broken leg in Week Five in the team’s win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
While on their bye week, the Niners watched their division lead increase with Seattle, Arizona and St. Louis all losing last week. San Francisco now unexpectedly holds the number two seed in the NFC if the playoffs were to start today and are the only NFC team with only one loss, a 3-point overtime loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
If the 49ers maintain their level of play, given their remaining schedule, San Francisco could log 11...
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SANTA CLARA, Calif. — San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Braylon Edwards spoke to the media on Wednesday after the team's practice. Edwards had been sidelined from knee surgery after Week 2 and has been shooting for a return...
Wide receiver Braylon Edwards, who hasn't played during the 49ers' four-game win streak, is expected to practice today for the first time since Sept. 19 knee surgery.
"I had a chance to watch him work out last week," coach Jim Harbaugh said on a Monday conference call. "I anticipate seeing him out there (Tuesday) in practice, and (we're) hoping for good...
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Jim Harbaugh says he is less optimistic about wide receiver Braylon Edwards returning from right knee surgery Sunday against his former Cleveland team.
It appears wide receiver Braylon Edwards could play against his former team, the Cleveland Browns, on Sunday after surgery for a torn meniscus five weeks ago. Niners coach Jim Harbaugh expressed optimism that Edwards...
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Braylon Edwards might not be ready to return from a four-game hiatus.
Team watching for effects of practices on receiver's knee
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh said he was "overly optimistic" about players returning to the field from injuries. After Tuesday's practice, Harbaugh had determined that the receiver needed...