Found December 09, 2011 on
BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- Browns coach Pat Shurmur defended his team's handling of quarterback Colt McCoy's head injury in a loss to Pittsburgh.
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Pat Shurmur said injured Colt McCoy gave the Browns their best chance to win in the fourth quarter against PIttsburgh. It sure didn't look like it, though.
An initial review of the Browns' handling of QB Colt McCoy after he suffered a concussion cited a 'blatant system failure' by the team.
Browns coach Pat Shurmur defended his team's handling of
quarterback Colt McCoy's head injury in a loss to Pittsburgh.
Just how hard did Cleveland Browns' quarterback Colt McCoy get hit by Pittsburgh Steelers James Harrison?
McCoy told the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram when asked about the vicious hit, "I honestly don't remember."
How can Colt McCoy not remember the helmet-to-helmet hit from Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end that knocked him out of Thursday night's game?
This is what Colt McCoy looked like after James Harrison launched himself into McCoy's face with the crown of his helmet last night. It obviously wasn't a good idea for the Browns to put McCoy back into the game. But after only one play, they did just that. And five plays after Harrison's hit, McCoy threw an interception that ended Cleveland...
It's tough to decide if Colt McCoy can be the Browns' quarterback of the future, because he doesn't have a deep threat like Pittsburgh's Mike Wallace or Cincinnati's A.J. Green, according to NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock.
The concussion that Browns quarterback Colt McCoy apparently suffered on Thursday night came after Steelers linebacker James Harrison lowered the crown of his helmet into McCoy’s face. Based on his history of fines for illegal hits, Harrison could be facing a six-figure fine or a suspension for his most recent transgression. But Harrison believes it…
James Harrison was flagged 15 yards for unnecessary roughness for his helmet-to-helmet hit on Browns quarterback Colt McCoy.
And Thursday night's game probably didn't make them any happier. James Harrison, meet Colt McCoy. Colt, James.
The Cleveland Browns gave another valiant effort, this time coming in the form of a 14-3 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. They went toe-to-toe with one of the league’s best, going so far as to force three turnovers and knock quarterback Ben Roethlisberger out of part of the game with a high ankle sprain.
Quarterback Colt McCoy took a vicious hit to the head from – guess who...
When the Browns have the ball: The offense doesn't have a playmaker, and RB Peyton Hillis has missed half the season with injuries. Yet he still leads the team with 321 yards rushing. Without a running game and no reliable receiving threats, QB Colt McCoy has still passed for 2,524 yards and 14 touchdowns, but has taken a pounding behind an offensive line that is weak on the right side.