Colt McCoy had to be sent home from practice again Friday, putting his status for Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals in serious question. McCoy has been sent home from practice everyday this week, unable to shake the concussion symptoms that have plagued him since last week's Thursday-night game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Against the Steelers, McCoy sustained a helmet-to-helmet hit from linebacker James Harrison but team doctors deemed him okay to play in the fourth quarter. After the game, McCoy said that he could not recall an interception he threw following the hit. The NFL suspended Harrison for one game for the hit. The Cleveland Browns could face league action as well for not noticing any concussion symptoms at the time.
Although McCoy has yet to be officially ruled out this weekend, it would be surprising at this point if Seneca Wallace wasn't given the starting nod. Wallace started four games for the Browns last season.
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