McCoy doesn't remember hit from Harrison
Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy said he does not remember the helmet-to-helmet hit from Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end that knocked him out of Thursday night's game.
"I honestly don't remember," McCoy told the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram via the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Yet McCoy was allowed to re-enter the game for the Browns, as Coach Pat Shurmur said afterwards, "He was fine to go back in."
McCoy's end zone interception to Pittsburgh's William Gay after his return on the drive all but sealed the Browns' fate in the eventual 14-3 loss, but that play may be secondary to the fact that McCoy was on the field at all with his recollection of Harrison's hit not even registering with him.
Also interesting that Will Burge of WNKR 850, ESPN Radio, tweeted that television camera crews were asked to dim their camera lights as McCoy did his post-game interviews.
There are definitely some unanswered questions regarding McCoy from Thursday night's game, and they're not just dealing with his spotty on-field performance.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com