NFL News: Jordan Cameron in NFL’s concussion protocol; Haden day-to-day

On Wednesday Cleveland head coach Rob Chudzinski revealed that TE Jordan Cameron reported concussion symptoms on Monday and was entered into the NFL’s concussion protocol. He will not participate in practice. Given the history of these injuries, it is unlikely Cameron will be available this week against the Jets.

Cameron has caught 75 passes for 848 yards and seven touchdowns this season.

CB Joe Haden left Sunday’s game with a hip pointer. Haden will not practice on Wednesday. His status is listed as day-to-day.

RB Wills McGahee was cleared to practice. OL John Greco will also not be able to practice today.

[Related: Another bad fourth quarter quiets typically confident Browns defense]

  • mgbode

    potentially sitting Cameron/Haden while playing McGahee. This, my friends, is how a FO instigates proper tanking!

    note: it’s a joke. I understand they don’t seem to be intentionally doing so. I mean they’d find a way to get Weeden into the game if they were, right?

  • toledo

    Curious about Marqueis Grey (after reading the PD’s story on this). Didn’t watch the game this week when he ran the wildcat. How’d that formation run? Was Campbell on the field, had Grey been in as a TE? Has he been contributing as a TE?

  • Toddyus

    Wait, is this the “Worst Browns Christmas Gifts” article?