The NFL's initial look into how the Browns handled Colt McCoy after his helmet-to-helmet hit by Steelers linebacker James Harrison revealed that they didn't conduct the standard concussion test until the following morning, ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported Sunday.
Mortensen, on “Sunday NFL Countdown,” said league sources told him that the Browns didn't perform the SCAT2 concussion test (Sport Concussion Assessment Tool) on the sidelines before they sent him back into the game after two plays. The two plays took a total of 80 seconds. McCoy was also down on the field for a few minutes after the hit.
When the test was conducted Friday morning, McCoy was found to have a concussion.