The Browns will likely finish the season with Colt McCoy, but they won't look for payback this weekend when they face the Steelers. The quarterback was injured by Pittsburgh linebacker James Harrison back in Week 14. McCoy suffered a concussion. Mohamed Massaquoi, who took a helmet-to-helmet hit from Harrison last season, politely declined to answer any questions about the linebacker, but fellow wide receiver Josh Cribbs didn't duck the issue. He was asked if the Browns "owe" Harrison. "I would say so," said Cribbs, who was Harrison's teammate at Kent State. "But we're not going into this game thinking about getting even with him. We're going into this game trying to win it. It's nothing personal with him. We'd like to knock their guys out as well, but within the whistle, according to the rules. "We just want to go into this game thinking about winning, we're not thinking about one particular guy."
Browns Aren't Looking For Payback Against Harrison