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Browns rule out Jordan Cameron for Week 16

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06:04 PM ET 12.20 | There was plenty of doubt that the Cleveland Browns would be without tight end Jordan Cameron on Sunday for their Week 16 matchup against the New York Jets. During last week's game, Cameron suffered a concussion that kept him out of practice all week. With the lack of practice, it was clear that Cameron had not yet been cleared to return and that led to all of the doubt that he would miss this weekend's game. On Friday afternoon, the Browns confirmed those suspicions and officially ruled Cameron out of Sunday's contest.

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December 21, 2013  01:35 AM ET

Not much to cheer about in Cleveland these days. The sun will indeed rise and set tomorrow just as it always has.

December 21, 2013  02:29 AM ET

At least they did one thing right this year. They dumped Trent Richardson.

December 21, 2013  02:38 AM ET
QUOTE(#2):

At least they did one thing right this year. They dumped Trent Richardson.

And got Indy's first round pick out of the deal. Not to say they'll invest it wisely but at least they got it.

December 21, 2013  02:44 AM ET

Dumb move by the Colts. I mean Richardson has never proven himself to be a good NFL RB and certainly not worthy of a first round pick.

It's like the Colts had never watched him play before and never stopped to wonder why the Browns were giving up the third pick in the 2012 draft so soon and taking a presumably lower first round pick back in return.

December 21, 2013  09:26 AM ET
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And got Indy's first round pick out of the deal. Not to say they'll invest it wisely but at least they got it.

I will say this: Cleveland's D is for real. If they parlay the abundance of higher picks in the upcoming draft into upgrades on O (they have, I believe, 5 picks in the first 3 rounds), and Hoyer returns to form, they'll have a chance to make noise.

December 21, 2013  10:45 AM ET
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I will say this: Cleveland's D is for real. If they parlay the abundance of higher picks in the upcoming draft into upgrades on O (they have, I believe, 5 picks in the first 3 rounds), and Hoyer returns to form, they'll have a chance to make noise.

Define noise, the Jets make noise even it does sound like a hour after eating baked beans.

December 21, 2013  10:03 PM ET

What ever are they going to do now without their TE?? They'll lose for sure! Oh wait, they've been losing anyway, so who cares?

 
December 21, 2013  11:14 PM ET

Both Cameron and Gordon are having phenomenal seasons for the Browns.

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