CLEVELAND - Colt McCoy is getting better. That's the word from Berea on Monday as the young signal caller continues to recover from his concussion he received against the Steelers and his status for this weeks game is uncertain at the moment.
Cleveland Browns head coach Pat Shurmur met with the media on Monday and said when McCoy is OK to play he will make a decision on a starting quarterback then.
McCoy was in Berea on Monday, but has not been cleared to practice just yet, as the team goes back to work Tuesday because of a shortened week in preparation for Saturday's game in Baltimore.
Shurmur was happy with the overall play of Seneca Wallace, who started for McCoy against the Cardinals, but would not commit to a starter for this week's game just yet.
The Browns will practice Tuesday,Wednesday and Thursday this week before traveling to Baltimore on Friday.
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