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On Monday, Cameron reported he had concussion like symptoms and sat out practice on Wednesday. He’s in the NFL’s concussion protocol — meaning independent specialists need to clear him — and his status for Sunday’s game at Metlife Stadium is in jeopardy.
If Cameron can’t go on Sunday, the Browns will be without one of their two weapons, which poses a bit of a problem. Without Cameron, the Jets will be able to turn all their attention towards wide receiver Josh Gordon and shutting him down. If one of the other receivers doesn’t step up, it could be a long day for the Browns offense.
Stay tuned to Dawg Pound Daily to check on the status of tight end Jordan Cameron as the weekend approaches…
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Dawg Pound Daily Biscuits this Week
Browns coach Rob Chudzinski on the development of tight Jordan Cameron. ”I’m really pleased with how he’s jumped out and improved in such a short amount of time,” Chudzinski said of his third-year tight end. “He’s proven to be a consistent playmaker, and really done a nice job catching the ball, learning the game, getting open, understanding the nuances of that position, and the versatility you need at that position. He’s grown as a blocker as well.”
Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon dismissing the fact the Jets will only have to worry about him on Sunday if Cameron can’t go. ”It doesn’t make it any harder,” said Gordon. “We’ve got plenty of guys to do the job to distract them and get everybody open, from Greg (Little) to the other tight ends and we’ve got to Davone (Bess) right here. We’ve got plenty of guys that are working and trying to get open to help each other out.”
Random Barks in the Twitter and Facebook Pound
— NFL: AroundTheLeague (@NFL_ATL) December 18, 2013
>Nothing new about the information in this tweet. We all had a feeling the Browns would be interested in Ben Tate, but once the offseason begins, we will see if these rumors are true or false.
Count me as one who wants nothing to do with Ben Tate and would rather the Browns draft a running back with less mileage and injuries.
— Chris Fedor (@ChrisFedor) December 18, 2013
>And to go along with the Ben Tate theme from the previous tweet, Chris brings up an interesting point on Tate. Either way we shall see what the front office thinks of Tate once the market opens.
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