"I can categorically tell you that we have not engaged in any movement in regards to Colt," Shurmur said, via ESPN.
The Plain Dealer supports moving McCoy, and we agree with the sentiment. The Browns made it clear they see Brandon Weeden as a starter after using the 22nd overall pick to get him. The team has a backup in Seneca Wallace. If the Browns can get anything in return for McCoy, we expect them to make a move.
So where could McCoy land?
3. Philadelphia: This is simply speculation, but it's hard to imagine McCoy fitting on any team that doesn't run some sort of West Coast attack. McCoy just fits as an Andy Reid-style reserve.