Trent Edwards came through the bye week practices fine according to head coach Dick Jauron, but naming a starting QB is not a decision he can make at this point.
“As we said the other day it’s a transition week for him,” said Jauron of Edwards. “The main thing will be to see how he is and how he gets through it. And he’s practiced well. Our three days of work this week he’s practiced well. We’ll use Monday as the same kind of thing. So far he’s done a nice job.”
It sounds as if the monitoring of Edwards post-concussion is still ongoing and will continue through Monday when the team begins the practice week for the Week 10 matchup at Tennessee. Presumably that will end next Wednesday when the team begins installing the game plan for the Titans game and will need to have a decision made as to who is getting the reps as the starting QB in practice.
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