SANTA CLARA -- Receiver Braylon Edwards took part in the entire pre-practice warmup session Wednesday before 49ers practice.Edwards is expected to be available for Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns, as he was seen running the route tree at full speed during the window in which the local media is allowed to watch practice.
Edwards underwent surgery Sept. 19 to repair a torn meniscus cartilage in his right knee. He began warmups with a sleeve on his knee. After a while, he rolled the sleeve below his knee and continued to run routes.Fullback Moran Norris remains out of action after sustaining a fractured left fibula Sept. 18 against the Dallas Cowboys. He was working out on a side field and in the team's weight room.
Rookie cornerback Chris Culliver's status is unknown. He had a brace on his left shoulder at practice Tuesday and he was not spotted on the practice field Wednesday. The 49ers are required to submit a participation report to the league office at the conclusion of practice.Guard Adam Snyder (shoulder), linebacker Parys Haralson (hamstring) and cornerback Tramaine Brock (hand) were in full pads for the start of practice Tuesday -- an indication each will likely be available to play Sunday.