Colt McCoy has become the third Cleveland Browns quarterback to suffer an ankle injury in the 2010 season, and it's becoming a rerun every Cleveland fan is getting sick and tired of seeing.
Following in the hobbled footsteps of Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace, McCoy limped off the field on Sunday and left the stadium in a walking boot.
At Monday's press conference, Head Coach Eric Mangini confirmed the ankle had been "sprained," but didn't say if it was a high sprain or a low sprain. At least he's not characterizing it as an "eensie-weensie break."
Mangini also said Delhomme is "100 percent," but refused to name a starter for this Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers.
While not naming a starter is about as far from a surprise as you can get, saying how healthy Delhomme is actually qualifies as "news" from Mangini.
This begs the question, are the Browns hiding a serious injury to their new star rookie quarterback?
This is very possible, not that hiding it is a bad thing, but let's look at 10 reasons why the Browns could be hiding something from the public.