Colt McCoy missed practice on Thursday and his status for the season finale against the Pittsburgh Steelers, the team he suffered the injury against, is up in the air.
McCoy spoke to the media for the first time since the injury occurred, responding to concerns over how the team trainers handled it initially:
"Our medical staff does an outstanding job and that should never be in question," said McCoy, speaking for the first time since he was diagnosed with the concussion. [...]
"I just don't want to go there guys," McCoy said. "I really don't want to recreate anything. I don't even want to think about it. I can tell you that I'm feeling a lot better, especially of late. I really feel like I'm coming out of this, and I hope to at least be able to be out there this weekend and help my team."
Of course, McCoy isn't going to throw his team or its trainers under the bus, but it sounds like he has no hard feelings and respects that they're doing everything they can to keep potential risks at bay.