Colt McCoy Injury: Browns QB Knocked Out Vs. Ravens

Browns quarterback Colt McCoy suffered an injury against the Ravens on Sunday and limped off the field with the help of Cleveland's training staff after taking a hard hit from Baltimore defensive lineman Arthur Jones. Seneca Wallace replaced McCoy under center for the Browns.

The Browns announced that McCoy's return to the game is probable (via Twitter).

Cleveland Plain-Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot reports from the game: "Trainers working on Browns Colt McCoy on bench, looks like right leg, possibly high ankle. no official word yet." After he was treated, McCoy then up and begun throwing a ball on the sideline.

McCoy completed three of his first five passes for 16 yards before he was forced to leave the field.

For more on the Ravens head over to Baltimore Beat Down. For more on the Browns, check out Dawgs By Nature. Follow the rest of Week 13 at SB Nation NFL with our comprehensive NFL Week 13 StoryStream.

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