The Browns got one key part out of the concussion protocol Wednesday, but another one went into it.
According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, running back Willis McGahee was cleared to practice Wednesday and to play this week, while tight end Jordan Cameron was held out after reporting concussion symptoms Monday.
Cameron didn’t do much against the Bears Sunday, but two of his three receptions were on the final drive.
He’s caught 75 passes for 848 yards this year in a tight end-friendly offense, made more impressive by the fact he can’t know who his quarterback’s going to be or whether that guy will be any good.
The Browns are also holding cornerback Joe Haden (hip pointer) out of practice today.