Cleveland quarterback Colt McCoy might have been the most notable Browns player injured against Pittsburgh on Thursday, but he wasn't the only one.
McCoy displayed concussionlike symptoms after the game - it was later determined that he did, indeed, suffer a concussion - and all players with head injuries will be reassessed next week. McCoy also suffered a bruised left hand on the hit by Steelers linebacker James Harrison that resulted in the concussion.
Additionally, tight end Ben Watson left the game with a concussion.
Wide receiver Josh Cribbs suffered a groin strain in the first quarter, but Browns head coach Pat Shurmur said Cribbs showed "good strength" when evaluated Friday.