BEREA, Ohio (AP) - Browns wide receiver Braylon Edwards is sitting out his fourth day of practice with an injury the team isn't discussing.
Cleveland coach Eric Mangini has refused to reveal the nature of Edwards' injury and reiterated on Tuesday that Cleveland's top playmaker will be on the field when he is medically cleared by the Browns' training staff.
Edwards was placed on the "active non-football injury" list last week, one day after he was late in reporting to the Browns' camp. Edwards, whose 2008 season was plagued by dropped passes and a foot injury sustained in training camp, has been limited to riding a stationary bike, agility drills and sprints while his teammates practice.
He also missed minicamp with an unspecified injury.