In Thursday night's game, Steelers linebacker Jerome Harrison drilled Browns quarterback Colt McCoy with a questionable hit. Harrison was flagged 15 yards for unnecessary roughness and can expect his fine from the league office next week. "Honestly, I don't remember (the hit)," McCoy said after the game. McCoy remained out for two plays and the came back in the game, eventually throwing a deciding interception. "He was fine to go back in," said coach Pat Shurmur. Shurmur was asked if Harrison's hit was a cheap shot. "Well, I mean it was penalized, right?" said Shurmur. "I think (the officials) felt it was, so it was penalized."
McCoy Can't Recall Harrison's Hit