Bills' Edwards leaves game with injury to right hand

10/28/2007 - NFL Trent Edwards Buffalo Bills + more

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Buffalo quarterback Trent Edwards
left in the third quarter of the Bills' 13-3 victory over the New York Jets on Sunday with a sprained right wrist.

Edwards was injured when he was hit on an incomplete pass to Robert Royal. He was taken to the
locker room and missed a series. When the rookie quarterback
returned to the sideline shortly before the end of the third
quarter, Edwards had his right wrist wrapped by a trainer and
remained on the sideline for the remainder of the game.

"The X-rays came back negative," said Edwards, whose wrist was wrapped. "We'll reevaluate it tomorrow."

J.P. Losman, the starter before he sprained his left knee in Week 3 and was replaced by Edwards, came in and led Buffalo on two straight scoring drives.

"J.P. came in and did a great job," Edwards said. "He got the ball to Lee Evans, our playmaker."

Edwards was 14-of-21 for 130 yards and an interception, and Losman finished 3-of-5 for 113 yards and the touchdown to Evans.

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.