Concussion + Brad McCoy reaction + Heckert Press Conference + Walrus Not Even Calling = Finito
BEREA - It's becoming apparent that Browns quarterback Colt McCoy has played his final down of the season.
Coach Pat Shurmur wouldn't rule out McCoy for Saturday's game against the Baltimore Ravens, but he said "it's likely, for sure" that Seneca Wallace will start for a second straight game.
McCoy was at the team facility Tuesday morning to attend meetings but was sent home before noon. He's still suffering concussion-like symptoms from his helmet-to-helmet collision with Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison.
Shurmur said McCoy hasn't been advised to shut it down for the season, but with one game remaining after Saturday's contest it's doubtful the team will risk further injury to him in a meaningless season finale against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
"He went through the treatment process today," Shurmur said.
McCoy has made some progress. Last week he wasn't able to attend meetings.