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Don Wright, File, Associated Press
FILE - This Dec. 8, 2011 file photo shows trainers tending to Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy after he was hit by Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker James Harrison in the fourth quarter of an NFL football game in Pittsburgh. In a series of interviews with The Associated Press, 23 of 44 NFL players said they would try to hide a brain injury rather than leave a game. In addition, more than two-thirds of the group AP talked to wants independent neurologists on sidelines during games.

BEREA, Ohio — Browns quarterback Colt McCoy still has not been cleared to practice after sustaining a concussion on Dec. 8, and will likely miss the season finale against Pittsburgh.

McCoy hasn't practiced or played since he was hit illegally in the helmet by Steelers linebacker James Harrison nearly three weeks ago. Browns coach Pat Shurmur says Wednesday that McCoy is "doing better" and has increased his physical activity. However, McCoy hasn't passed the required medical tests to be allowed to practice. Shurmur did not provide any specifics on what symptoms continue to bother McCoy.

Seneca Wallace, who has started Cleveland's past two games, will likely play again this week against Harrison and the Steelers.

McCoy has not spoken to the media since after the game in Pittsburgh 20 days ago.