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The Cleveland Browns suffered their tenth loss of the season at the hands of the Arizona Cardinals 20-17 in overtime. Seneca Wallace started for the first time this season and after the game, head coach Pat Shurmur suggested that Seneca Wallace might remain as the Browns starting quarterback for at least Week 16 of the season.
The Cleveland Browns have struggled to score points this season and did manage to put 17 points on the board against the Arizona Cardinals, a team which has seen a late season surge. Wallace finished the afternoon completing 18 of 31 passes for 226 yards and a touchdown with no interceptions. Second-year QB Colt McCoy has only thrown for over 226 yards twice in 13 games this season. In face, the Browns have only scored 17 points of more in five games this season.
Browns head coach Pat Shurmur told the media in the post-game presser when asked about whether or not Colt McCoy would start next week. “It’s too early to tell. The decision is made when ...
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It didn’t take 4 minutes for the Cleveland Browns to get the ball into the end zone in Arizona, the Browns looked like a new team. Hillis helped to move the ball with some good old fashion smash mouth running. Seneca Wallace hit a couple of different receivers and the Browns actually scored a touchdown. Is it too late in the season for the Browns to have a quarterback controversy...
A battle of backup quarterbacks in the desert -- Seneca Wallace v. John Skelton.
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...
The union wants the Browns to do more explaining.
It sounds like the Cleveland Browns are with Craig when it comes to starting a healthy Colt McCoy for the duration of the 2011 NFL season. Unfortunately, it appears that “healthy” is the operative word with the second-year quarterback still not over his concussion which was sustained almost two weeks ago.
Though McCoy was in Berea to receive treatment – an upgrade over last...
Brian Smith returns to the Cleveland Browns.
BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- Browns quarterback Colt McCoy is not practicing, making it likely that Seneca Wallace will make his second straight start for Cleveland.
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.
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...
via Chris Mortensen of ESPN, As a direct result of the Cleveland Browns’ failure to test quarterback Colt McCoy for a concussion on the sideline during a game, the NFL will alert all 32 teams that, effective this week, an independently certified athletics trainer will be assigned to monitor all suspected concussion-related injuries, a league official confirmed Tuesday.