Jim Harbaugh Provides Injury Update On Berkley Edwards

first_imgGeneral view of Michigan Stadium during a game between the Indiana Hoosiers and Michigan Wolverines.ANN ARBOR, MI – NOVEMBER 19: General view of Michigan Stadium during a game between the Indiana Hoosiers and Michigan Wolverines on November 19, 2016 at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Michigan won the game 20-10. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)Michigan running back/special teamer Berkley Edwards left tonight’s win over Indiana on a stretcher after suffering what appeared to be a scary injury. Edwards was motionless as he left the field.Fortunately, the post-game reports all seem to be good for the grad transfer. His brother, former Michigan star Braylon Edwards, said he had feeling and movement in his extremities and Jim Harbaugh had a similarly positive update.Speaking with the media after the win, Harbaugh confirmed that Edwards did indeed suffer a concussion. It doesn’t seem like he suffered a serious spinal injury.Harbaugh added that Edwards was moving and talking, which are great signs.Jim Harbaugh on On Berkeley Edwards,… “everything looked good when he left the stadium, but he had a pretty good sized concussion… He was talking and moving… Lot of prayers for him”— Sam Webb (@SamWebb77) November 18, 2018Edwards, who transferred from Central Michigan, was drilled while blocking on a return. Cam Jones, the Indiana player who hit him, was called for targeting.Cheap shot pic.twitter.com/nH0n7Has6H— Zach Ozbun (@ZachOzbun) November 18, 2018Edwards was one of two Michigan players who left the game with injuries today. Star defensive end Chase Winovich also didn’t finish the contest.last_img read more