Mike Holmgren held a press conference today to deal with the thorny question of the Colt McCoy concussion drama and the subsequent visit from the NFLPA.
Brief synopsis of what Holmgren said:Doctors working on other guys, didn't see hit. Ran out onto field, Colt complains about hand, not knocked out, not woozy. Ask him to sit up, he does so. They come off field, ask him standard concussion questions, he answers them all. Not displaying concussion symptoms, so no thorough concussion exam performed. Examine hand, it's OK, they give him go ahead to go back in. All NFL procedures followed.Starts displaying concussion symptoms in locker room, gets examined for concussion, discovered he has one, sensitive to light, etc. Problem is that doctors are busy and can't watch field and that someone needs to be put in place to radio down to the field and tell doctors that dude was hit in head and needs to be examined for concussion. Doubtful that any penalty levied on Browns for the incident. Common feeling that NFL procedures aren't good enough and failed in this instance. Leaguewide change may result.No blame for Shurmur. He's seen guys get hit in head plenty of times and have no concussion. Medical staff gave OK, so Shurmur put him in. Shurmur will be back next year.Drops are bad. Bad tackling is bad. Botched long snaps are bad. Reporter negativity is bad.End synopsis.
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