WIth just under six minutes remaining in the Cleveland Browns Thursday Night Football loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, Browns QB Colt McCoy was on the receiving end of a vicious hit from Steelers LB James Harrison. McCoy hit the dirt and briefly exited the game before returning.
However, there are signs that McCoy should not have returned to the game because he may have suffered a concussion on that play. McCoy’s father, Brad, talked to the Cleveland Plain Dealer and said his son doesn’t even remember throwing the interception a few plays later that essentially sealed the game for the Steelers.
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