McCoy exited the game to get X-rays after the score, which came back negative, but the All-Pro traded a helmet for a baseball cap and watched the rest of the game from the sidelines.
"It hurts. It definitely hurts," said McCoy, who wasn't sporting anything on the hand following the game. "I'll be fine."
McCoy's preseason is in the books after gaining 43 yards rushing and an additional 34 yards receiving along with the touchdown. He's looked quick darting in and out of his cuts and showing no ill effect of the toe injury that forced him to miss a day of training last week. The NFL's defending rushing champion explained that this is a critical time of year.
"This is around that time where I push it a little bit more to be very effective and to get the workload I need to be productive again this year," said McCoy of his preseason performance. "But I feel good though."
The starting offense posted a pair of touchdowns before exiting the game, the second coming on a 1-yard touchdown run by
"I don't think we're 100 percent ready to roll," McCoy said. "I think by gameday we'll be fine."