Browns QB Colt McCoy sent home again
McCoy (concussion) is still experiencing headaches, McCoy was sent home again Thursday, so all signs point to Seneca Wallace starting at QB for the Browns on Sunday against the [url=http://www.urbestjerseys.com/Arizona_Cardinals_Nfl_Jerseys--pc-495-1]Cardinals[/url]. And the team moved forward preparing veteran Seneca Wallace to start Sunday in Arizona.
McCoy was sent home for the third time this week with lingering symptoms from the wallop he took from [url=http://www.urbestjerseys.com/Pittsburgh_Steelers_Nfl_Jerseys--pc-487-1]Pittsburgh Steelers[/url] linebacker James Harrison, suspended one game for the vicious helmet-to-chin blow. Shurmur said all players needing treatment begin their day in the training room, and if they are unable to take part in meetings or are still feeling poorly, they are sent home to rest.
Shurmur said McCoy meets with the medical staff daily and a determination is made whether he would be better served by going home. Shurmur didn’t rule out ??McCoy for Sunday, but he hasn’t attended any meetings and doesn’t take work home.
Wallace, in his ninth [url=http://www.urbestjerseys.com/NFL_Jerseys--pc-482-1]NFL[/url] season, has thrown two passes this season, completing both. He started four games last season, completing 63 percent for 694 yards with four touchdowns, two interceptions and an 88.5 rating.
Wallace is a career backup who’s started 18 games.