Braylon Edwards Leaves 49ers-Cowboys With Knee Injury

49ers wide receiver Braylon Edwards left their game with the Dallas Cowboys early in the first quarter with what appears to be a right knee injury. He is currently listed as questionable to return. Edwards had caught a 21-yard pass reception to convert a third down but was shaken up and had to leave the game. He went to the locker room shortly thereafter.

The 49ers only have four wide receivers active against the Cowboys as Michael Crabtree is still getting over his foot injury. He fractured the foot prior to the season and aggravated the injury last week. Ted Ginn will likely get worked into the game a bit more. Additionally, expect the 49ers to try and get Delanie Walker a bit more active. Walker was a wide receiver in college before being converted to tight end with the 49ers. He has retained his athleticism and is mixed in to a variety of wide receiver formations.

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