Posted November 30, 2011 on AP on Fox
Browns coach Pat Shurmur defended his team's handling of quarterback Colt McCoy's head injury in a loss to Pittsburgh. McCoy sustained a concussion from a vicious helmet-to-helmet hit from Steelers linebacker James Harrison in the fourth quarter Thursday. McCoy stayed out for two plays before coming back in and throwing an interception. Shurmur said McCoy didn't show any symptoms of a concussion until after the game. Shurmur is confident the Browns' medical staff followed the NFL's guidelines on head injuries when they assessed McCoy on the sideline. McCoy told Shurmur "he was ready to go" before going back in. Shurmur was adamant that if McCoy had been symptomatic "he would not have gone back in the game - absolutely not."

Browns QB McCoy ready for Ravens' rush

Colt McCoy's first encounter with the Ravens ended poorly. The Browns' quarterback hopes his second one goes better. McCoy threw three interceptions - two to safety Ed Reed - last season as a rookie against Baltimore's tenacious defense, which comes into Sunday's game well-rested following 10 days off due to playing on Thanksgiving. McCoy wasn't sacked in last...

McCoy, Browns face tough final stretch

BEREA, Ohio -- If Colt McCoy is going to be able to finish the season healthy, the offensive line is going to have to have a yeomen's effort in the final five games. The Browns play the Ravens twice and the Steelers twice, sandwiched in is a game with the Cardinals. The Ravens and Steelers are notorious pass rushing teams and will give the Browns line everything they can handle...

McCoy should play through knee sprain

Browns quarterback Colt McCoy sprained his right knee in Sunday's loss to Baltimore, but is not expected to miss any time. McCoy got hurt throwing a screen pass in the first quarter. The second-year QB came out for one play but finished Cleveland's 24-10 loss. Browns coach Pat Shurmur doesn't think McCoy will sit out Thursday's game at Pittsburgh, saying McCoy is...

Cleveland Browns coach Pat Shurmur has no quarrel with frustrated Josh Cribbs

Coach says Cribbs has not expressed unhappiness with his role. Ryan Pontbriand says in a statement he looks forward to playing with another team.

Cleveland Browns Offense By the Numbers

It is so hard to figure out where the Browns’ offense is in their development.  It is hard to figure out exactly what kind of development is or is not going on.  Staring at Colt McCoy’s game video and at the box score can only yield so much.  On one hand, the Browns have a new system being implemented by a new coach.  They have a young core of players.  Those facts give...

Colt McCoy’s Interceptions Are Not Out of Control… Yet

Colt McCoy has thrown two brutal interceptions in the last two weeks.  The Browns were in precarious spots both times.  Against Cincinnati this weekend the Browns were driving toward the red zone and were clinging to a three point lead when McCoy threw as he was hit.  It was probably about five yards in bounds and about ten yards short of Greg Little.  McCoy would later say he...

Defense looking to harness Colt

Second-year quarterback figures to be targeted early and often by RavensAs a starter this season, Colt McCoy is just 4-7, but the Cleveland Browns quarterback has shown flashes of his potential and boasts a few statistic similar to that of his counterpart this Sunday.

Coach Pat Shurmur says door is open for Josh Cribbs to vent: Cleveland Browns Insider

Cribbs emphasizes that he doesn't want to leave Cleveland, but he has grown weary of persistent losing.

Browns place Scott Fujita on injured reserve, cut Ryan Pontbriand

On Monday, Browns coach Pat Shurmur said that linebacker Scott Fujita will miss significant time after suffering a broken hand on Sunday against the Bengals. With only five games left and with the Browns for all practical purposes out of the playoff picture, that pointed to Fujita landing on injured reserve. And that’s precisely what…

Some Browns-Ravens History Leading into Sunday’s Contest

Sunday will mark the 25th meeting between the Cleveland Browns and the Baltimore Ravens. Overall, the Ravens lead the series 17-7, and have won the last six straight meetings. In fact, fourth-year head coach John Harbaugh is a perfect 6-0 against the Browns. On the other side, first-year Cleveland head coach Pat Shurmur is set [...]
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