NFL Injury Report
BY Associated Press
Monday, November 26, 2012
11/26/12 at 3:53 AM
Browns rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden sustained a concussion in the final minutes of Cleveland's win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.
The former OSU star banged his head while falling awkwardly after an incompletion. Backup Colt McCoy, who suffered a concussion when the teams met late last season, came in and finished off the win without attempting a pass.
Coach Pat Shurmur said he spoke with the 29-year-old Weeden after the game.
"He's good," Shurmur said. "We had a good conversation. He's being treated for a concussion, and we'll see where that goes. Some guys come back quickly, some guys don't."
In New Orleans, San Francisco receiver Kyle Williams and running back Kendall Hunter both were hurt on the same play during the second half of the win over New Orleans.
Niners officials said Williams had a knee injury, while Hunter, a former OSU running back, hurt his ankle and was questionable. The club did not specify which leg was hurt for either player.
In Chicago, Bears receiver and return specialist Devin Hester left the game against the Minnesota Vikings with a concussion, and running back Matt Forte hobbled off midway through the third quarter with an ankle injury.
The Atlanta Falcons lost their starting cornerbacks in a win over Tampa Bay. Asante Samuel (shoulder) and Dunta Robinson (head) left the game with injuries in the third quarter.
Colts rookie wide receiver T.Y. Hilton took a vicious high-low combination hit on his second punt return and was motionless on the ground for several minutes with both hands on his head.
A few minutes later, Hilton was cheered as he walked off gingerly under his own power. Team officials announced he was being evaluated for a head injury.
Chiefs WR Dexter McCluster (head/neck) and S Kendrick Lewis (shoulder) left Kansas City's loss to Denver.
Cleveland quarterback Brandon Weeden throws a pass during Sunday's game against Pittsburgh. RON SCHWANE / Associated Press