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McCoy's dad rips Browns' move

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08:58 AM ET 12.10 | Colt McCoy's father, Brad McCoy, told The Plain Dealer on Friday that his son didn't remember anything after the hit, including the interception in the end zone that could've been the game winner in the 14-3 loss. "He never should've gone back in the game," Brad McCoy said. Browns coach Pat Shurmur said he sent him back into the game because he showed no concussion symptoms during a sideline exam. "If he would have shown symptoms of a concussion, then I wouldn't have put him back in the game, absolutely not," said Shurmur, who goes by the decision of the medical staff. "We go through the strict protocol to evaluate whether there are concussionlike symptoms."

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December 10, 2011  09:00 AM ET

This guy is the only chance the Browns have in the near future, they better take care of him.

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December 10, 2011  09:11 AM ET

Probably get crap for this but it is funny (and banned)

December 10, 2011  09:18 AM ET
QUOTE(#3):

Probably get crap for this but it is funny (and banned)

Nice!

December 10, 2011  09:20 AM ET

Somehow, I think the "sideline exam" consisted of asking McCoy if he could go.

December 10, 2011  09:24 AM ET
QUOTE(#5):

Somehow, I think the "sideline exam" consisted of asking McCoy if he could go.

* go back on the field.

<reaches for even more coffee>

December 10, 2011  09:31 AM ET

Helipcopter dad in the NFL....Really...

December 10, 2011  09:34 AM ET
QUOTE(#7):

Helipcopter dad in the NFL....Really...

<flips quarter to Craig James>...

December 10, 2011  09:37 AM ET
QUOTE(#7):

Helipcopter dad in the NFL....Really...

Must be take your daddy yo work week.

December 10, 2011  09:40 AM ET

I can understand a parent's urges to protect his child, but let the boy grow up a bit. The Browns coaching staff did what they needed to do. Time to step back, Papa McCoy, and let your son grow up to be a big boy.

December 10, 2011  09:44 AM ET
QUOTE(#3):

Probably get crap for this but it is funny (and banned)

Hahaha! Those SNICKERS ads were the bets... remember the guy painting the "CHEFS" in the endzone? Maybe the guy had something... they are playing like a bunch of chefs...

December 10, 2011  09:50 AM ET
QUOTE(#11):

Hahaha! Those SNICKERS ads were the bets... remember the guy painting the "CHEFS" in the endzone? Maybe the guy had something... they are playing like a bunch of chefs...

Great Googily moogily that was funny stuff.

December 10, 2011  09:52 AM ET
QUOTE(#11):

Hahaha! Those SNICKERS ads were the bets... remember the guy painting the "CHEFS" in the endzone? Maybe the guy had something... they are playing like a bunch of chefs...

Here ya go!

December 10, 2011  09:55 AM ET

Great googlei mooglie.......!

December 10, 2011  09:56 AM ET

This man is the originator of "meh"....listen close, it's a generational thing

December 10, 2011  10:42 AM ET

Colt passed the sideline tests and asked back into the game. Since the doctors cleared him Shurmur put him back into the game. If his dad has a problem with this then the first person he needs to confront is his own competitive son!

Personally I would have kept him out of the game for that remainder of the drive because Wallace stepped in and through a nice pass to the outside shoulder of the receiver where only the intended target could catch the ball. Something McCoy has not learned how to do yet!!!

December 10, 2011  10:53 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

This guy is the only chance the Browns have in the near future, they better take care of him.

LOL, if this guy is the "only chance the Browns have in the near future", then this team is in deep <-h-i-t!!!!

December 10, 2011  11:04 AM ET
QUOTE(#13):

Here ya go!

Love that one... I refer to the Chiefs as the Chef's ever since that ad aired

December 10, 2011  11:11 AM ET

What a crock, mommy and daddy mad at the coach!!!! BOO HOO!!!! He's a big boy now, they need to go back to Tx. and tend to the other baby in the cradle. Let this one put on his big boy underoos and make money. GEES he's gonna be a man someday let him start now!

 
December 10, 2011  11:14 AM ET

Colt is a good QB. The Browns need to get good people around him.

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