With three days until game time, Browns quarterback Colt McCoy still hasn’t seen the field.
He’s still feeling the effects of a concussion, according to ESPN’s Jamison Hensley, and is progressing slowly, but will not start Saturday against the Ravens. Backup Seneca Wallace will start in his place.
After taking a vicious hit from Steelers linebacker James Harrison on Dec. 8, team doctors and trainers reportedly didn’t handle the injury appropriately, as McCoy was not properly checked for concussion symptoms following the hit. He was at the team’s training facility Wednesday, got checked by team doctors and attended meetings, but has not been medically cleared to practice.
Browns coach Pat Shurmur has not officially named Wallace the starter, but Hensley points out the team has no other options heading into Baltimore.