Wilson said Friday that league officials also put him on notice that he may face heavier fines or a suspension for future incidents.
Wilson hit Edwards on the third play of last week's game. The hit was not helmet-to-helmet, but Edwards suffered a concussion and did not return to the game. No penalty was called on the play.
League officials decided that Wilson unnecessarily drove Edwards to the ground.
"We'll appeal it and see where it goes," Wilson said. "But it's kind of hard to appeal something when you have 15 personal fouls in your career, numerous fines for hits like that and kind of a reputation."
Wilson was fined for a late hit and a horse collar tackle last season.
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