Browns WR Edwards practices for first time

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Braylon Edwards, suffering from an undisclosed injury, missed the first four days of training camp. According to the Associated Press, Edwards was cleared to practice on Tuesday and joined the team on the field for Wednesday morning’s workout.

“I felt all right getting back into the mix of things,” an upbeat Edwards said following the first of two practices. “It’s one thing to watch on the side and another thing to actually go through and participate. It felt good.”

Edwards, a former Pro Bowler, quickly shook off the rust at his first practice and caught a pass in the end zone from QB Derek Anderson.

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