ALAMEDA, Calif. -- Oakland Raiders quarterback Charlie Frye has been cleared to play after sustaining a concussion last week and will start in Sunday's game against his former team, the Cleveland Browns.
After undergoing a series of tests this week, Frye was cleared by team doctors and practiced without restrictions Wednesday. He showed no lingering symptoms from the concussion, encouraging news for the Raiders, who earlier in the day signed quarterback Jeff Otis to their practice squad.
Frye said it took him a few days to recover from the hit by Davis, one of his former teammates in Cleveland.
"Monday and Tuesday, I was bouncing back from it," Frye said during a conference call with Browns media members. "The headaches have left, and the fogginess is gone. I'm 100 percent."
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