The Cleveland Browns are hoping that quarterback Colt McCoy could return to action for the final week of the season. On Monday, head coach Pat Shurmur said that McCoy worked out at team facilities and attended team meetings, same as everyone else, according to Mary Kay Cabot. That's definite progress for McCoy, who hasn't been doing anything team-related since suffering a concussion against the Pittsburgh Steelers just a couple weeks ago.
McCoy hasn't practiced yet - nobody does until Wednesday when the whole team meets for a full practice. There's no word on whether or not McCoy would be cleared to practice by Wednesday, but even if he is, there's no guarantee that he'll be taking the starter's reps. And that's not because he might not be 100% healthy, either. Seneca Wallace has played well in relief for McCoy, and might have earned the final start of the season over McCoy based on them.
If McCoy were to play, he'd be once again faced with linebacker James Harrison, who was the player to injure McCoy on a helmet-to-helmet hit, which he was suspended one game for.