Browns’ Cameron out with concussion

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Updated: December 20, 2013

Berea, OH (SportsNetwork.com) – Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron will
not play in Sunday’s game against the New York Jets due to a concussion he
sustained during the team’s most recent outing.

Cameron did not practice at all this week after experiencing concussion
symptoms on Monday, one day after the Browns’ 38-31 loss to the Chicago Bears.
The emerging third-year pro has yet to receive medical clearance and was
formally ruled out on Friday’s final injury report.

The 25-year-old leads Cleveland with 75 receptions during a breakout 2013
campaign, while his 848 receiving yards and seven touchdown catches rank
second on the team.

Cleveland also declared guard John Greco (knee) and reserve tight end Andre
Smith (calf) out for Sunday’s tilt, while star cornerback Joe Haden is listed
as questionable after suffering a hip pointer against the Bears.

Haden did practice on a limited basis on Friday, however, after sitting out
the previous two days’ sessions.

Wide receiver Davone Bess is also questionable to face the Jets, having been
away from the team the past two days to attend to an undisclosed personal
matter.

Running back Willis McGahee, who sat out last week’s loss with a concussion,
has been cleared to play and is probable on the injury report.