Here’s a Jordan Cameron fun fact that’ll take two seconds: His sister and Blake Griffin had a son together. How bout that?

Anyway, the Cleveland Browns’ tight end hurt his shoulder in the team’s Week 1 loss to the Steelers, and eventually left the game. This is the same shoulder that Cameron injured in early August, though an MRI reportedly showed no structural damage, according to Cleveland.com.

Cameron’s status for Sunday’s game with New Orleans is currently unknown, and we should hear more about his potential to play on Friday. If Cameron is good-to-go, it’ll be tough to keep him out of your fantasy lineup. The Browns’ group of pass-catchers is incredibly thin, and Cameron figures to be the No. 1 option by a mile with Josh Gordon gone.

If he’s out, then something called Gary Barnidge would likely draw the start in his place. The Browns also signed Gerell Robinson off of the Denver practice squad, though you’d be a lunatic to pick that guy up and start him, considering nobody has ever heard of that freaking guy.

Instead of using one of these spare TEs in fantasy, you’d be wiser to pick-up one of the Browns’ receivers, instead. Andrew Hawkins led Cleveland (by a mile) with 8 catches for 87 yards in the opener. Outside of Hawkins, good luck trusting anyone in this lineup.

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