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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.
Edwards returned to practice Tuesday for the first time since his injury early in the game Sept. 18 against Dallas, the lone loss for San Francisco (5-1) so far. While he looked to be running and cutting well during the short portion of the workout open to the media, Harbaugh said Wednesday there still needs to be ''more evaluation'' of Edwards this week to determine his status for Sunday.
The same goes for several other injured players the coach hoped to have back, including right guard Adam Snyder (right shoulder stinger), linebacker Parys Haralson (hamstring) and cornerback Tramaine Brock (broken left hand).
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Another day at 49ers practice, another Braylon Edwards injury twist, a hard left turn from the back and forth the day before. And today on as the Braylon turns Edwards returned to practice at full speed and was a full participant. It now looks like Edwards will in fact return to action vs. his former team the Cleveland Browns on Sunday after all. Why do I keep getting this...
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Wed, 26 Oct 2011 17:50:09 CDT
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...
Given the Browns' recent performance and Jim Harbaugh's penchant for controversial handshakes, Browns fans should make sure to watch until the very end of the game on Sunday at San Francisco.
Jim Harbaugh captured the wrong kind of attention with that handshake controversy. His San Francisco 49ers had just toppled the undefeated Lions, 25-19, in Week 6 when Harbaugh's postgame meet-and-greet with Detroit coach Jim Schwartz nearly descended into fisticuffs.
You just know things are going right for the first-place 49ers when they extend their lead in the NFC West on a weekend they don’t even play a game. When asked Monday to specify the biggest reasons for his team’s great start and push toward the top, coach Jim Harbaugh gave credit to his players but said he had no “bullet points” list of reasons to give. So we’ll run down...
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Tony Avelar Associated Press
San Francisco tight end Delanie Walker celebrates with fans at Candlestick Park after scoring on a 29-yard reception last month against Dallas. "I heard (Frederick P. Soft) had a plane ticket to come out to California...
Donte Whitner figures he fielded 20 questions last week from family and friends about Jim Harbaugh's antics. Vernon Davis went home to Washington, D.C., and got grilled by his buddies for any and all details on San Francisco's fired-up head coach. Same for Ricky Jean Francois during a visit to South Florida.
The Handshake is still a big hit a week later. Across the nation...