Antuan had two tackles and one pass broken up so far this season for the Packers and has 57 tackles with 6 interceptions and a touchdown in his 2+ years as an NFL player.
The injury, to his left knee, includes a torn anterior cruciate ligament and possibly a torn medial collateral ligament, according to Edwards.
"There's a cloud over my head right now. It could be both (ligaments). They'll examine it tomorrow," Edwards told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinal.
Edwards was a first round draft pick out of Clemson in 1999. He is perhaps remembered best for his 2 interceptions (1 returned 42 yards for a touchdown) in the 1997 South Carolina game, a 47-21 rout.
Edwards also suffered a sprained medial collateral ligament in Week 2 last season and missed four games. His latest injury, obviously more severe, will keep him out of action for the rest of the season.
Other NFL Notes:
WR Rod Gardner caught his first touchdown pass for the Washington Redskins this past weekend. He used his body well on the 26-yard touchdown catch, shielding the defender from the ball, just like he did throughout his career at Clemson.
Gardner finished the day leading the Redskins in receiving with 5 catches for 55 yards.
Antuan Edwards Out for the Season
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