49ers Vs. Bengals Injury Report: Braylon Edwards Out; Alex Smith, Michael Crabtree Probable

The San Francisco 49ers will be without the services of wide receiver Braylon Edwards this weekend, as they have officially declared him out for Sundays' matchup against the Bengals with an injured knee. Edwards had a surgical procedure done on his right knee recently, and is out indefinitely.

The 49ers listed quarterback Alex Smith (concussion), cornerback Tramaine Brock (hand) and wide receiver Michael Crabtree (feet) as probable for Sunday's game. 

The Bengals will have to play without rookie linebacker Dontay Moch and starting slot reciever Jordan Shipley. Moch is battling a foot injury and Shipley tore his ACL and will miss the rest of the season. Defensive end Robert Geathers (shoulder) and guard Otis Hudson (knee) were both listed as doubtful, and receiver Jerome Simpson was listed as questionable with a non-injury related issue.

Bengals rookie receiver A.J. Green (toe), former 49ers safety Taylor Mays (knee), and tackle Andre Smith (ankle) are all listed as probable for Sunday's game. 

For more 49ers coverage, be sure to check out Niners Nation.    

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