Jordan Cameron went down in Week 1 against the Pittsburgh Steelers with what was later diagnosed as an aggravation of the sprained AC joint he suffered back in training camp. He was listed as day to day, but seeing as how the situation has played out it would have been more fitting to see him listed as week to week. He did not practice at all last week and was inactive in their Week 2 game versus the New Orleans Saints, a game that Hoyer really could have used Cameron seeing as how close the final score was.
Cameron finally returned to practice this week on Wednesday. He was limited, but for Cameron owners it’s a good site to see him back on the field. He was limited again at practice on Thursday and his status is still questionable. Head Mike Pettine has been cautious in expressing optimism about the elite tight end’s likelihood of playing on Sunday. As of right now, we would say Cameron’s chances of playing are between 55-60%, but it would not shock us to see the Cleveland Browns stay on the cautious of this situation and let the number 4 ranked fantasy tight end from 2013 get another week of rest under his belt.