Jordan Cameron injury: Browns TE is ruled out for Week 16

Jared Wickerham

Cameron is dealing with a concussion and will be inactive on Sunday.

Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron is officially inactive for Sunday's game against the New York Jets. He has still not been cleared to return from a concussion and was already ruled out earlier in the week.

Cameron was diagnosed with a concussion after last week's loss to the Chicago Bears. He didn't practice on Wednesday or Thursday and was ruled out on Friday. Gary Barnidge and rookie MarQueis Grey will replace Cameron at the tight end position. With the Browns having nothing left to play for, there's a chance they hold Cameron out of the Week 17 regular season finale as well.

Cameron was having a breakout season before the concussion. In 14 games, he recorded 75 catches for 848 yards and seven touchdowns. He slowed down after a hot start to the season as the Browns' quarterback woes continued. After showing some promise in 2012, Cameron has proved to be a legitimate building block in Cleveland's offense.

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