(PITTSBURGH) — The NFL announced on Tuesday it would be putting trainers into the press box following the hit that was put on Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy. However, Steelers linebacker James Harrison isn’t so happy that the Browns were not punished for the hit.
Harrison, who put the helmet-to-helmet hit on McCoy is still questioning how the Browns got out of any fines or suspensions.
“If he was hurt so bad I don’t know why they let him back in…two plays later,” Harrison said. “Something should be done to them, I would think. I don’t know. I got a game, what should they get?”
League spokesman Greg Aiello has already said that the Browns will not be penalized for their handling of McCoy’s injury.
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Lois M. Collins, Deseret News