According to ESPN Cleveland, TE Jordan Cameron suffered two "muscle pulls" across the Browns' 16 spring practices.
According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Browns plan to throw to TE Jordan Cameron "a lot," and targeted him on "plenty of deep balls" in OTAs.
Jordan Cameron and Kellen Davis are running as the first-team tight ends at Browns Organized Team Activities.
Coach Rob Chudzinski confirmed that Jordan Cameron "fits" his scheme's needs at the tight end position.
NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah considers Browns TE Jordan Cameron a "perfect fit" for Norv Turner's offense, and a "fantasy sleeper pick" for 2013.
Jordan Cameron remains the Browns' No. 1 tight end.
Browns TE Jordan Cameron believes he could have a breakout season under new coach Rob Chudzinski.
Browns TE Jordan Cameron said he and the other tight ends on the roster are "lining up everywhere" -- in the slot, on the line, and out wide.
According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot, the Browns have "identified" Jordan Cameron as their 2013 starting tight end.
Browns third-year TE Jordan Cameron sees a "big opportunity" to showcase his talents this season.
The Akron Beacon-Journal reports that the Browns consider Jordan Cameron "the favorite to start" at tight end this season.
Browns coach Rob Chudzinski called third-year TE Jordan Cameron a player he's "excited" about for 2013.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer says the new coaching staff "likes" Jordan Cameron, but the team will "make a significant move" for another tight end.
Browns TE Jordan Cameron (concussion) has been ruled out for Week 17.