Browns receiver Braylon Edwards spent part of Wednesday afternoon's practice working out with the injured players on the exercise bikes and may have suffered an ankle injury.
The team's No. 1 receiver participated in individual drills and one observer saw Edwards catch his foot in the turf. Another saw him pointing to his ankle.
Edwards began practicing on Wed. Aug. 5 after opening training camp on the reserve-non-football injury list with a problem suffered before the June minicamp. He missed the first four days of training camp and six practices with an undisclosed injury.