BEREA, Ohio - Browns quarterback Colt McCoy has still not shaken symptoms from a concussion and can't practice.
McCoy has been sidelined since absorbing a hit to the helmet on Dec. 8 in Pittsburgh. He was at the team's training facility Wednesday, got checked by team doctors and attended meetings. But the second-year QB has not yet been medically cleared to return to the field, and Seneca Wallace will start Saturday in Baltimore.
Browns coach Pat Shurmur has not officially chosen Wallace his starter, but he appears to be Cleveland's only option.
Shurmur said McCoy did a "little physical activity."
The Browns' failure to check McCoy for a concussion after he was hit has led the NFL to institute putting a certified trainer in the press box to help monitor head injuries.
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