Browns’ QB Josh McCown X-ray Results Negative for Fracture
Josh McCown injured his right hand Sunday in a 27-20 loss to the Raiders. It’s not known precisely when during the game McCown injured his hand, but it’s said that it occurred when he smashed it into a player’s helmet at some point.
X-rays of the injured hand after the game showed negative results for a hand fracture, according to two team sources.
McCown’s threw his last pass to Travis Benjamin, but it was intercepted by Charles Woodson.
After the game, McCown claimed that he “didn’t put enough on the ball” on the pass to Benjamin.
McCown was tight-lipped on the results of the X-rays. He said he’d leave the commenting to the coach [Mike Pettine], but that he felt good.
Pettine spoke to the media prior to his team’s quarterback. He will speak to McCown’s status on Monday, though best guesses seem to indicate McCown should be healthy and ready to go when the Browns face off against the Chargers in San Diego.