“First, we’ve got to get him to the point where he’s going to be healthy enough to play,” Browns coach Pat Shurmur said in a conference call with Baltimore media Tuesday. “He’s still going through the process of coming back from his concussion. As we sit today – I guess it’s a Tuesday, but it’s really a Wednesday in my world – he’s not out there practicing yet.”
McCoy’s absence was filled by Seneca Wallace, who completed 18-of-31 passes for 226 yards, which included a 76-yard touchdown pass to rookie wide receiver Greg Little in a 20-17 overtime loss to the Arizona Cardinals Sunday.
“I think they’re similar in style as quarterback, and I think you can see that evidenced by the way Seneca played last week against Arizona,” Shurmur said of Wallace and McCoy. “So I think that allows us to do a lot of the same things offensively that we would have done with Colt. So that part is good. And then Seneca is a veteran player in this league, and he did some good things the other day.”