Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron (concussion) returned to practice on Wednesday, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot. Cameron hasn't played since getting hurt in Week 8 against the Oakland Raiders.
Fantasy Impact: It's a great sign that Cameron is back at practice. That said, coach Mike Pettine was quoted as saying that he is still considered day-to-day and will need to practice a few days in a row without any symptoms in order to be declared ready to play. While Cameron only has one touchdown on the season and hasn't produced at nearly the level fantasy owners probably expected when they drafted him, it's good that the team is doing well and things are looking up.
With wide receiver Josh Gordon returning last week and looking like he hadn't missed a beat, Cameron could all of a sudden return to the lineup and find himself with much more room to work with down the middle given that defenses will be more likely to keep their focus on Gordon. Fantasy owners should monitor Cameron's progress as Sunday inches closer.