Skip to main content

Browns QB McCoy not expected to miss time; Hillis day to day

Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy sprained his right knee during Sunday's loss to the Baltimore Ravens, but the second-year quarterback isn't expected to miss any time.

McCoy was injured while throwing a screen pass during the first quarter. He came out for one play but finished Cleveland's 24-10 loss. Browns coach Pat Shurmur doesn't believe McCoy will sit out Thursday's game at Pittsburgh, saying McCoy is "probably just sore."

Shurmur didn't have much to say about McCoy's performance -- 17-of-35 passing for 192 yards and one TD -- other than "he battled."

Browns running back Peyton Hillis also strained his hip against the Ravens. Shurmur said Hillis, who missed five consecutive games with a hamstring injury, is day to day.

Safety T.J. Ward has been ruled out against the Steelers. It will be the fifth game he has missed with a foot sprain.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

This article has been reproduced in a new format and may be missing content or contain faulty links. Please use the Contact Us link in our site footer to report an issue.