Browns Jordan Cameron cleared to practice

Dec 1, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron (84) catches a pass while being defended by Jacksonville Jaguars strong safety Johnathan Cyprien (37) in the second quarter at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports


Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron has been cleared to practice after a concussion suffered against the Chicago Bears.  Up until last week in his absence, he had been leading the team in receptions with 75.  It is still unclear if the Browns will have Cameron play when they take on the Pittsburgh Steelers but they should at least have that option.

Cameron suffered a concussion at the end of last year which had him miss the final two games of the season and the Browns might opt to hold him out this week to prevent any further risk and save him for next year.  The Browns are currently 4-11, but are playing the Pittsburgh Steelers, who are 7-8 with a chance at making the playoffs with a lot of help.

Cameron is the second best weapon on the Browns and his presence opens up opportunities for Josh Gordonwho was still able to to catch 6 passes for just under 100 yards last week, but the Jets shifted a lot of coverage over to him with Cameron absent.

Topics: Cleveland Browns, Jordan Cameron, Pittsburgh Steelers

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