PITTSFORD, N.Y. (AP) -Buffalo Bills starting quarterback Trent Edwards hurt his right leg during practice and walked off the field with a slight limp Tuesday night.
Edwards was hurt about 45 minutes into practice during 11-on-11 drills when it appeared he and running back Marshawn Lynch knocked knees during a running play. Edwards went down and lay on the field for about 5 minutes as team trainers examined his right knee. Also joining Edwards was Bills chief operating officer Russ Brandon.
Edwards favored his right leg when he was helped up, and then walked with a slight limp as he was led to the team's locker room at training camp in suburban Rochester. The extent of the injury was not immediately known. Coach Dick Jauron was expected to address the injury following practice.
Buffalo's third-round pick out of Stanford in 2007, Edwards got the starting job ahead of J.P. Losman midway through last season. Selected as the starter prior to the start of the season, Edwards is coming off a solid preseason outing, going 9-for-11 for 104 yards and two touchdowns in two series in a 24-21 win over Pittsburgh last week.
The Bills break camp on Wednesday, and return to their Orchard Park headquarters. They travel to play Indianapolis on Sunday.

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