"This is not going to heal in one or two weeks if I continue to
go out there and play," McNair said. "I don't want to sit, but if
I have to that's fine. We'll have to discuss that when we get to
the evaluation. If I can't go out there and perform I'm not going
McNair underwent a CT scan Monday and is considered day-to-day.
Before being replaced by Billy Volek, McNair was hurt on the first play of
the second quarter. McNair, who was 2-for-5 for 2 yards, walked
slowly off the field with a grimace after lying on the turf for a
On an incomplete pass intended for Derrick Mason,
McNair was brought down by the Vikings' rush and apparently hurt in
"I had a hard time breathing, and it spasmed up again," McNair
said, who complained of stiffness and shortness of breath after the
game. "As soon as I landed on the ground, I knew I was out."