Found November 03, 2012 on Waiting For Next Year:
PLAYERS: Colt McCoy
TEAMS: Cleveland Browns
The Browns are listing back up QB Colt McCoy as Probable for Sunday’s game vs the Ravens with an illness. D’Qwell Jackson is still listed as Questionable with injuries to his foot, toe and now his calf. Browns face the Ravens this Sunday at 1 pm. [Related: Talking talking talking (and talking some more) about the Ravens]  
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