Edwards notched 70 tackles (37 solo), two sacks, one defended pass, one interception and two forced fumbles in 12 games in 2020. Edwards more than doubled his rookie totals despite playing in four less contests. The 24-year-old posted two double-digit tackle performances in 2020, giving him some upside in IDP fantasy formats, but usually his usage as a run stopper wasn't enough to make up for his lack of regular sacks or defensed passes.
Edwards (hamstring) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game versus the Cardinals. After sitting out last week's win over the Saints, Edwards will return to the lineup. The second-year pro is expected to start at middle linebacker. He'll be responsible for containing Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray, along with running backs Kenyan Drake and Chase Edmonds. Over his past five games, Edwards has registered 41 tackles, two sacks and a forced fumble.
Edwards (hamstring) was limited in practice Wednesday. Edwards has battled a hamstring injury for much of the season, missing four games as a result, including last week's win over the Saints. The starting middle linebacker's ability, or lack thereof, to raise his practice participation level as the week progresses should help dictate whether Edwards will suit up Sunday against the Cardinals.
Edwards (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game versus the Saints. Edwards has started at middle linebacker in every game he's played this season, but he's had trouble staying healthy, specifically in regard to his hamstring. The second-year player will miss his fourth game of the season as a result. Shaun Bradley is the likely replacement this week.
Edwards (hamstring) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Packers. Edwards was initially listed as questionable to suit up Sunday due to a hamstring injury, so it's possible that he's aggravated the pre-existing issue. Shaun Bradley could now see increased opportunities on defense.
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