Found December 26, 2011 on Fox Sports Ohio:
Browns coach Pat Shurmur held out the possibility that Colt McCoy could return Sunday when the Browns (thankfully) end their season against the Pittsburgh Steelers. He also said McCoy has not yet been cleared to practice. And he said this while saying that he did not mean to be vague or avoid questions, and while listening to a soliloquy from ex-Browns coach Sam Rutigliano about how impressed Rutigliano has been with how hard the team is playing. This head-scratcher of a news conference took place the day after Christmas. So perhaps there were visions of sugar plums still dancing in folks' heads. Or something like that. Because not much else would explain the murkiness of things -- without trying to be vague of course. McCoy was in the building in Berea Monday. Shurmur said he worked out and took part in all meetings. But he said he would not get into whether McCoy would play until Wednesday except to say if he practiced there was a chance he'd play. He also said when as...
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