"He was here this morning," head coach Pat Shurmur said. "Did a little physical activity."
The 212-pound McCoy took a shot to the head and neck area from 260-pound Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison during the Browns' 14-3 loss on December 8. McCoy exited the game briefly, with trainers checking out his non-passing hand, but not checking the 2010 third-round pick for a possible concussion.
In defending his team's medical staff, Browns president Mike Holmgren said no one saw the hit, which resulted in a one-game suspension for Harrison. On Tuesday, the league informed all 32 NFL teams that a certified athletic trainer will be present in the press box to alert sideline medical personnel of potential head injuries.
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