It’s looking like the Browns could be without one of their top pass-catching threats for Sunday’s game at the Jets.
According to multiple media outlets, including the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Browns tight end Jordan Cameron was not participating in practice on Friday because of a concussion. On Twitter, Mary Kay Cabot of the Plain Dealer said that Cameron would “most likely” be out for Sunday.
Cameron also sat out on Wednesday and Thursday with the concussion, which was diagnosed Monday.
Cameron ranks second among NFL tight ends in catches (75) and yards (848), and he’s hauled in seven TD catches. He’s had 111 passes thrown his way this season, second-most on the Browns behind Josh Gordon (133).
The Browns have five tight ends on the roster, with Gary Barnidge and MarQueis Gray the likely top options at the position if Cameron cannot play.