It’s a big unknown of receiver Braylon Edwards will miss any games this season under the NFL’s personal conduct policy. NFL has not determined whether Edwards will face a suspension for pleading guilty in July to driving while intoxicated. His guilty plea resolved a case stemming from a police stop nearly a year ago and a league spokesman said Sunday the case is still under review.
The 49ers open the regular season on Sept. 11 against the Seattle Seahawks. Edwards signed a one-year, $2.1 million contract with the 49ers. A club source told CSNBayArea.com that the signing was executed with the understanding that Edwards could be suspended for a game or two.