Browns Place WR Edwards On Non-Football Injury List

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CLEVELAND (AP) - The Cleveland Browns have placed wide receiver Braylon Edwards on the non-football injury list.

The team did not specify an injury in making the announcement Tuesday. A message seeking comment was left with a Browns spokesman.

Edwards is the only established receiver on the roster, and he was mostly a spectator during the team's three-day camp in June because of an undisclosed injury. At the time, Edwards and coach Eric Mangini said it wasn't serious, and Mangini added that Edwards was expected to participate fully in the team's training camp, which begins Saturday.

Edwards had 55 receptions and three touchdowns last season, a dramatic drop from the 80 catches and 16 TDs he had as a Pro Bowler in 2007. He also was plagued by dropped passes in 2008.