Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron (concussion) has been ruled out and won't play in the team's Week 16 game against the New York Jets. Cameron was diagnosed with the concussion on Monday and could not get cleared in time for Sunday's contest.
Fantasy Impact: Cameron's breakout season has been a been a tale of two halves. Six of his seven touchdowns 49 of his 75 receptions came in the first eight games of the season. His drop off in play can largely be attributed to increased defensive attention and a revolving door of quarterbacks. Jason Campbell started the majority of the games in the second half of the season and he simply didn't look for Cameron like Brandon Weeden and Brian Hoyer did. Cameron didn't have more than 43 yards receiving in the second half of the season until Week 14 when he went off with a 9/121/1 line.
With Cameron out of the mix, owners without a back up on the roster are in a tough spot. The Browns don't have a legitimate in-house replacement. Tight end Ryan Griffin of the Texans is the likely best option available on most waiver wires but he's a risky TE2.