Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy is still not healthy enough to practice, as he didn't work out with the team on Wednesday. McCoy missed another practice with a concussion, adding fuel to the fire of the rumors that McCoy wouldn't be in action on Saturday against the Baltimore Ravens, but that Seneca Wallace would be getting the start instead. Head coach Pat Shurmur said nothing other than that McCoy did some "light physical activity" and that was it.
If McCoy can't go, it would definitely be Wallace starting for Cleveland. He played well in last week's game against the Arizona Cardinals, going 18-for-31 for 226 yards and a touchdown. The offense had a spark with him at the helm, something it's been lacking as McCoy has struggled over the weeks. There's a good chance he could get the starting nod even if McCoy is cleared to play.
McCoy is still recovering from a concussion stemming from a helmet-to-helmet hit from James Harrison on Thursday Night Football. Harrison was suspended and missed Monday's game against the San Francisco 49ers due to the hit.