Cleveland Browns Injury Report, Week 15: Colt McCoy Sent Home For Second Straight Day

Any chances of Browns quarterback Colt McCoy playing on Sunday vs. the Arizona Cardinals likely went out the window on Thursday when the second year quarterback was sent home from practice for the second consecutive day due to symptoms from the concussion he suffered last week. McCoy was concussed when he was hit by Steelers' linebacker James Harrison in last Thursday night's game.

Seneca Wallace, 31, took all first team reps again and is expected to start on Sunday. 

Here is the full injury report from Thursday for the Cleveland Browns

G Artis Hicks (Shoulder) -- Did Not Participate In Practice

RB Owen Marecic (Head) -- Did Not Participate In Practice

QB Colt McCoy (Head) -- Did Not Participate In Practice

S T.J. Ward (foot) -- Did Not Participate In Practice

TE Benjamin Watson (Head) -- Did Not Participate In Practice

DE Jabaal Sheard (Forearm) -- Full Participation in Practice

WR Joshua Cribbs (Groin) -- Limited Participation in Practice

RB Montario Hardesty (Calf) -- Limited Participation in Practice

G Shawn Lauvao (Ankle) -- Limited Participation in Practice

T Tony Pashos (Ankle) -- Limited Participation in Practice

LB Quinton Spears (Hamstring) -- Limited Participation in Practice

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