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Colt McCoy is expected to recover from his concussion and play for the Browns again this season. Benjamin Watson isn't as fortunate.
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Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy will not play against the Arizona Cardinals this Sunday, but sources say the former Texas Longhorn is very close to be recovered from his concussion suffered last Thursday against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
A league source told ESPN that McCoy is expected to pass a concussion test later this week and should be prepared to play against the Baltimore...
Plain Dealer's Cleveland Browns beat writers Tony Grossi and Mary Kay Cabot discuss Browns President Mike Holmgren's explanation of why Colt McCoy was not given a concussion test on the sidelines after the helmet to face mask by the Steelers' James Harrison Thursday night.
Despite not making the trip to Arizona this weekend, Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy is said to be nearly recovered from the concussion he suffered two Thursday nights ago against the Steelers, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy was sent home for the fourth time this week Friday as he continues to recover from a concussion.
Browns quarterback Colt McCoy hasn't completely recovered from his concussion, increasing the likelihood that backup Seneca Wallace will start Sunday in Arizona.
By now, there is not an NFL fan that is not familiar with the Pittsburgh Steeler's James Harrison head-to-head hit on Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy. As an NFL fan, it is up to you to decide whether the hit was, legitimate or another in a long line of Harrison dirty hits.
The NFL has decided for themselves, Harrison will serve a one game suspension for his hit on McCoy...
The Cleveland Browns are limping to the finish line of the season, as has been the case with so many of their teams from the past. And just like those teams, the starting quarterback at the beginning of the season might not be able to finish the year.
The team currently sits at 4-9, heading into Arizona on Sunday to take on the surging Cardinals, who still have a shot at making...
The NFL has denied James Harrison's appeal of a one-game suspension for a helmet-to-helmet hit on Cleveland quarterback Colt McCoy, and the Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker will sit out Monday night's game against San Francisco.
The ruling was made by NFL-NFLPA on-field appeals officer Ted Cottrell and announced Friday.
Harrison was suspended Tuesday because of the hit to...
With all the attention focused on James Harrison’s hit on Browns quarterback Colt McCoy and the Browns’ handling of McCoy after the hit, it is easy to forget that plenty of other things happened in last Thursday night’s game between the teams. One of those things was a roughing the passer penalty on Browns defensive…
Cleveland is different. There’s no other way to put it, and there is nothing Mike Holmgren can do about it but win. Just win baby.
The Colt McCoy concussion fiasco is a big deal. It wouldn’t be anywhere else because nowhere else is Cleveland, and coming off defensive and combative steers the issue toward what he begged the scribes to ignore.
The media has nothing else to write...
Lost in the deserved hype and hoopla regarding the Browns see no evil/hear no evil/speak no evil handling of Colt McCoy’s concussion is the fact that two other Browns players suffered concussions during last Thursday’s game against the Steelers. One of them won’t be playing again this season. Tight end Benjamin Watson officially has been…
While the Arizona Cardinals remain alive in the playoff hunt, a disastrous start to the season likely put their postseason hopes out of reach.
Finishing with a winning record, though, is looking like a realistic possibility.
The Cardinals look to match their longest winning streak in more than 12 years Sunday when they host the woeful Cleveland Browns.
After winning its season...