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Jordan Cameron | Tight End

Team: Cleveland Browns
Age / DOB:  (26) / 8/7/1988
Ht / Wt:  6'5' / 249
College: USC
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Jordan Cameron (concussion) remained sidelined Thursday.
Cameron can be all but ruled out for Sunday's game against the Bucs. The real question is if he'll be ready for Cleveland's Thursday night game in Week 10. The early signs are not promising. Oct 30 - 2:15 PM

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Jordan Cameron (concussion) did not practice Wednesday.

Cameron remains in the league's concussion protocol, and is extremely doubtful to play Week 9 against the Bucs. The Browns then play on Thursday night in Week 10, leaving Cameron's status for the next two games in jeopardy. His 2012 and 2013 seasons were both ended by concussions, and coach Mike Pettine expressed some concern Wednesday. We'd consider Cameron week-to-week. Jim Dray and Gary Barnidge will fill in at tight end.
Oct 29 - 12:59 PM

Jordan Cameron's (concussion) status for the next two games is in doubt.

Cameron sustained his third concussion since 2012 in Sunday's win when he was drilled illegally by Raiders safety Brandian Ross. He's going to struggle to gain clearance for this week and then the Browns play the Thursday game in Week 10. "The league, as they should be, is very deliberate with the (concussion) protocol," said coach Mike Pettine Tuesday. Cameron owners need to be making other plans at the tight end position immediately.
Oct 28 - 12:34 PM

ESPN Cleveland suggests the addition of TE Ryan Taylor means Jordan Cameron (concussion) could be out more than one game.

The concussion Cameron sustained on Sunday is his third since the 2012 season. His first one caused him to miss two games and the one he sustained last year kept him out of one game. Of course, the more concussions a player suffers, the tougher it can be for him to get cleared. Cameron owners need to be making other plans right now.
Oct 28 - 9:08 AM

Jordan Cameron is done for the day in Week 8 with a concussion.

It's particularly concerning for Cameron's going-forward outlook because he has a history of concussions. He finished Sunday's game with three catches for 40 yards, and Cameron's availability for Week 9 against the Buccaneers is also very much in doubt. The Browns can't get back Josh Gordon soon enough.
Oct 26 - 6:06 PM

Jordan Cameron left Sunday's game with a second-quarter head injury.

Cameron was disoriented on the field after taking a big hit from a Raiders defender following a fantastic catch over the middle. Cameron has some history of concussions, and appeared to suffer one on the play. The Browns took him back to the locker room for evaluation, but we're not optimistic Cameron will return. Cameron caught 3-of-5 targets for 40 yards before exiting.
Oct 26 - 5:26 PM

Browns coach Mike Pettine said the team will not force the ball to Jordan Cameron.

"If he’s open in the read and the ball gets thrown to him, he needs to catch it," Pettine said, "but we’re not going to force a ball to somebody." Cameron has seen 5.2 targets a game this year after seeing the ball come his way 7.9 times a contest last season. He has also been far less efficient, catching just 38% of his targets on the season. Cameron has the talent to turn it around, but he will need more consistent targets and more consistent quarterback play to regain top-five tight end status.
Oct 25 - 10:59 AM

Jordan Cameron secured just 1-of-6 targets for five yards in the Browns' Week 7 loss to Jacksonville.

On an awful day by Brian Hoyer, Cleveland's biggest gaffe was an early-game miss by Hoyer to a wide-open Cameron for a would-be four-yard touchdown. Cameron didn't record his lone reception until fourth-quarter garbage time. Cameron should theoretically be a lot more consistent as a featured player in the Browns' passing attack, but obviously hasn't been to this point. Look for Cameron to get back on track against the Raiders' weak defense in Week 8, but he will be more low-end TE1 than top-shelf starter.
Oct 19 - 4:58 PM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Seahawks GM John Schneider phoned Browns GM Ray Farmer about a Percy Harvin-for-Jordan Cameron trade.

It obviously didn't go down, as Harvin was shipped to the Jets on Friday. Cameron is in the final year of his deal, and the Seahawks were eyeing tight end help with Zach Miller still hurt. Farmer wasn't interested in the deal. It's more interesting than anything else. Rapoport also learned that the Seahawks called the Broncos, Bucs, and Colts about Harvin, while ESPN's Adam Schefter adds the Seahawks asked for Julius Thomas from Denver. The trade deadline is October 28.
Oct 19 - 9:18 AM

Jordan Cameron caught 3-of-5 targets for 102 yards and a touchdown in Cleveland's Week 6 win over the Steelers.

Cameron made his looks count on a day where the Browns attempted only 17 passes, reeling off gains of 42, 51 and nine yards. The 51-yarder was his score. With Brian Hoyer targeting him on play action, Cameron destroyed Cortez Allen in single coverage before sprinting to the end zone. Another big day should be in the offing in Week 7, where the Browns travel to Jacksonville. Almost no one has a tougher time covering tight ends than the Jags.
Oct 12 - 5:45 PM

Jordan Cameron (ankle, shoulder) is probable for Week 6.

Cameron's injuries are behind him, but he has just 56 receiving yards and no touchdowns over his last two games. He's a back-end TE1 against a Steelers defense that struggles against tight ends.
Oct 10 - 7:03 PM

Jordan Cameron (shoulder) is practicing in full for Week 6.

One of the season's bigger disappointments, Cameron is a back-end TE1 against the Steelers.
Oct 8 - 4:50 PM

Jordan Cameron caught 3-of-7 targets for 33 yards in the Browns' Week 5 win over Tennessee.

The good news is Cameron saw seven targets, second on the Browns behind only Andrew Hawkins' nine. The bad news is Brian Hoyer spread the ball around, as Taylor Gabriel, Travis Benjamin, and Miles Austin all finishing with more yards. One of fantasy football's biggest disappointments through four games, Cameron will be a borderline TE1 when the Browns face the Steelers in Week 6.
Oct 5 - 6:36 PM

Jordan Cameron (shoulder) is probable for Week 5.

Cameron practiced in full coming off Cleveland's bye. He's Rotoworld's No. 8 tight end against the Titans.
Oct 3 - 5:52 PM

Jordan Cameron (shoulder) is practicing in full for Week 5.

Cameron is as healthy as he's been this season coming off the Browns' bye. He's a TE1 against a Titans defense that's allowing the tenth-most fantasy points to opposing tight ends.
Oct 1 - 4:53 PM

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QB1Brian Hoyer
2Johnny Manziel
RB1Ben Tate
2Isaiah Crowell
3Terrance West
4Glenn Winston
GLB1Ben Tate
2Isaiah Crowell
3RB1Ben Tate
2Terrance West
FB1Kiero Small
WR11Andrew Hawkins
2Taylor Gabriel
3Rodney Smith
4Phil Bates
5Josh Gordon
WR21Miles Austin
2Travis Benjamin
3Marlon Moore
WR31Taylor Gabriel
TE1Jordan Cameron
2Jim Dray
3Gary Barnidge
4Ryan Taylor
K1Billy Cundiff