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Braylon Edwards, a man so charitable off of the field, can’t seem to catch a break on it. The San Francisco 49ers cut the former Pro Bowl wide receiver yesterday, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

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The 49ers signed Edwards to a one-year contract worth $1 million this past August. But he struggled with injuries the entire season and was never 100 percent.

“I was released today by the 49ers due to my injury that required more time to rehab and hasn’t allowed me to re-sync with the offense,” Edwards wrote. “I wish the 49ers organization the best of luck during the Playoffs. I will be working hard this off season to strengthen my knee and prepare for the 2012 season.”

Read the rest of the story at the San Francisco Chronicle.

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