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Braylon Edwards Will Be Relegated to the Peg-Leg Cowboy for the Next Few Weeks
by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Aug 10th 2008 4:13PM by Ryan Wilson (author feed)
Filed under: Browns, AFC North, NFL InjuriesThere were plenty of jobs up for grabs heading into Browns’ training camp, particularly on the defensive side of the ball. One starting gig that was basically written in stone was the No. 1 wideout, currently occupied by one of the AFC’s best young players, Braylon Edwards.

Cleveland signed Dante’ Stallworth this offseason to be the No. 2 guy, but with Joe Jurevicius on the shelf, the team also is in the market for a slot receiver. Whatever, it looks like Stallworth, even if just temporarily, is the team’s new top wideout. And it’s all because of his on-field effort. Sort of. Browns receiver Braylon Edwards was hospitalized Saturday night after having a gash in his right foot repaired with stitches.

Edwards suffered the cut on his foot when he was running lightly in his socks during a special teams period Saturday afternoon with some other receivers. According to a photographer who was shooting the session, Edwards and fellow receiver Donte Stallworth were vying for the lead when Stallworth’s cleat gashed Edwards’ right heel. In related news, Brady Quinn was seen sharpening up his cleats and challenging Derek Anderson to a foot race.

Romeo Crennel thinks Edwards will be released from the hospital today, but didn’t say when the former first-round pick would return to the team. The ’s Mary Kay Cabot writes that a team official doesn’t deem the injury serious, and that Edwards will be back in action when the stitches are removed, probably sometime after the team’s second preseason game on Aug. 18.




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