CLEVELAND — The Browns will not be disciplined by the NFL for their handling of the Colt McCoy concussion injury in Pittsburgh on Dec. 8, according to league spokesman Greg Aiello.
The Browns put McCoy back in the game without testing for a concussion.
The NFLPA has not decided whether to file a grievance against the club, said union spokesman Carl Francis in an email reply.
The incident spurred two changes in league protocol. Teams were notified on Wednesday that starting with this weekend's games:
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