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The NFL quickly removed a photo of concussed Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy from its online store after the sports website Deadspin reported Wednesday that the photo was available for purchase.

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The photo depicted a dazed McCoy being tended to by trainers following a crushing hit by Steelers linebacker James Harrison.

McCoy suffered a broken left hand and a concussion last Thursday on the helmet-to-helmet hit by Harrison, who was flagged for a 15-yard penalty. Harrison, a repeat offender, was also suspended one game by the NFL and is appealing the punishment.

Last season, the NFL said it would not sell photos of illegal hits amid a crackdown to reduce helmet-to-helmet collisions.

McCoy sat out two plays and then went back in the game. He was later found to have suffered a concussion on the play.

Tagged: Browns, Steelers, James Harrison, Colt McCoy

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