|Browns QB Brandon Weeden left Sunday's game with a concussion. (US Presswire)|
Cleveland Browns coach Pat Shurmur confirmed that QB Brandon Weeden suffered a concussion in Sunday's 20-14 upset win over the visiting Steelers.
Shurmur did not reveal the severity of the injury, but said he spoke after the game with Weeden and that the QB was "responsive."
"He's good," Shurmur said. "We had a good conversation. He's being treated for a concussion, but we'll see where that goes. Some guys come back quickly, some guys don't, so we'll just have to see where that's at."
Weeden suffered a blow to the head late in the fourth quarter of the game and was taken to the locker room for diagnosis and treatment.
According to RB Trent Richardson , Weeden sought to return to the field after hitting his head on the leg of LT Joe Thomas. Richardson said that teammates hid Weeden's helmet on the sideline so he could not return without receiving medical attention.
The 20-14 victory was all but clinched by that time.
Backup Colt McCoy finished the game, handing the ball off three times and all but ran out the clock. McCoy, who was the Browns' starter last season, will likely start next Sunday in Oakland if Weeden is unable to play. Sunday was McCoy's first game action of the season.
The Browns would lose a deep threat in the stronger-armed Weeden, but could gain accuracy with McCoy, who did not make his first pass attempt of the season in Sunday's mop-up role.
Weeden has shown flashes of excellence, but has been inconsistent in recent games.
He tossed a pick-6 to Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons on the team's first possession Sunday, but recovered to lead the Browns to two touchdowns drives in the big win over Pittsburgh.
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