Cleveland Browns quarterback Josh McCown was in a sling after Monday night’s stunning 33-27 loss to the Baltimore Ravens and could be out for the duration of the season.
McCown suffered a collarbone injury in the third quarter and, while he returned for a series in the fourth quarter, it was backup Austin Davis who led the Browns’ comeback and a shot at a game-winning field goal. The Ravens blocked that kick and returned it for a touchdown as time expired.
Cleveland com’s Mary Kay Cabot reported that McCown “possibly” broke his collarbone. Browns coach Mike Pettine didn’t have much of an update on McCown’s injury after the game.
“We will rely on what the trainers say,” Browns coach Mike Pettine said. “If he is cleared to play, then he’ll play. If he is not, then he won’t.”
McCown has already missed four games this season with concussion, shoulder and rib injuries. The prior injury allowed Johnny Manziel to take over the starting role, a job that was yanked last week after footage surfaced of Manziel partying in Texas during…