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Colt McCoy can’t do anything but sit home watching Seneca Wallace lead the Cleveland Browns in Arizona. McCoy is such a great competitor on the field it has to be difficult sitting at home watching his team try to get their 5th win on the season. It’s been a while since the Browns put a W in the column and McCoy has to be feeling some concern if he will continue to be the Browns starting quarterback.
If Wallace can come in and win today, it would be interesting to see if coach Shurmur puts McCoy in against Baltimore if McCoy’s head is healed and he is ready to play. The Browns have two tough games remaining after today. One in Baltimore and the Browns wrap up their season with a visit from the Steelers to Browns stadium on January first. If McCoy is not ready to play next week against Baltimore dare Shurmur put him in for the season finally against Pittsburgh?
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Who knows? Harrison may want to hit McCoy again after being suspended...
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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...
Colt McCoy still felling the effects of the hit to the head by James Harrison will remain at home in Cleveland as the Browns play in Arizona. Harrison was denied in the appeal process due to his history of flagrant hits in the NFL. McCoy hasn’t missed being on the Cleveland side lines since coming to the Browns. Sunday Browns fans will get their chance to see Seneca Wallace get...
Browns quarterback Colt McCoy is not practicing, making it likely that Seneca Wallace will make his second straight start for Cleveland.
McCoy has not been medically cleared to return to the field after sustaining a concussion from a helmet-to-helmet hit by Steelers linebacker James Harrison 12 days ago. Coach Pat Shurmur said McCoy was at the facility and took part in team meetings...
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...
Browns quarterback Colt McCoy still can't practice or play, leaving Seneca Wallace to start his second straight game.
McCoy has not been medically cleared by team doctors to return to the field after sustaining a concussion from a helmet-to-helmet hit by Steelers linebacker James Harrison 12 days ago. Browns coach Pat Shurmur said McCoy was at the facility Tuesday and took part...
Colt McCoy is expected to recover from his concussion and play for the Browns again this season. Benjamin Watson isn't as fortunate.
BEREA, Ohio Pat Shurmur didn't clear up anything regarding Colt McCoy's status, as to whether he would play this week against the Ravens.
Shurmur was vague as to if McCoy has been cleared medically from the concussion injury and he wouldn't say if McCoy would play if he is cleared to play.
"Colt's progressing and he's day- to-day," Shurmur said. ...
Who should start at quarterback for the Browns on Sunday?
Quarterback still suffering from post-concussion symptomsColt McCoy did not play last Sunday due to post-concussion symptoms, and the Cleveland Browns are waiting for an update on their starting quarterback about his availability for Saturday's game against the Ravens.
Browns coach Pat Shurmur refused to say that Colt McCoy will be his starter when the quarterback has recovered from his concussion.
Cleveland Browns starting quarterback Colt McCoy will miss Sunday's game at Arizona due to a concussion, according to head coach Pat Shurmur.
Browns quarterback Colt McCoy has still has not been cleared to practice following a concussion, making it likely that Seneca Wallace will make his second straight start for Cleveland.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy has not yet been medically cleared to resume practice following a concussion, and it remains unclear if he will play again this season.