Jordan Cameron Questionable, Likely to Play Sunday


The Cleveland Browns have a bunch of injuries on the defensive side of the ball but the offense might be getting another piece back. Jordan Cameron is officially questionable for Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills:

Questionable is obviously a very iffy proposition but….

That Cameron has practiced for three straight day is a great sign. The concussion protocols are very specific, he wouldn’t even be practicing if he hadn’t passed all that was set in front of him.

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Now the Browns and Cameron just need to be cautious based on his long history. They have to decide what minor symptoms are still evident before moving forward with placing him on the field. Earlier in the week it was made clear that consistent practice would be a starting point for Cameron’s ability to play this week. As Jones notes we can check that off the list.

The return of Cameron, one week after Josh Gordon came back, should continue to help the Browns offense develop. With Gordon being force fed the ball, the Browns rushing attack was solid against the Atlanta Falcons. Brian Hoyer struggled some but have another big time weapon in Cameron back will help the rushing attack, Gordon and the rest of the wide receivers.

The Bills have a great defense and will give the Browns fits. The team might have to open up and use the passing game to set up the run instead of the opposite. Having Gordon, Cameron and Andrew Hawkins all together on the field will make this more possible.

How big of a return would Jordan Cameron be to the Browns this week?