A week ago, Cleveland Browns coach Mike Pettine didn’t know if concussion issues would allow Jordan Cameron to play again this season. The tight end returned to practice Friday after missing the last three games.
Per the NFL’s concussion protocol, graduating to practice doesn’t necessarily mean that Cameron has been cleared for contact or game action, and The Plain Dealer reported that the pass-catcher has still been ruled out for Sunday’s bout with the Atlanta Falcons.
This is not a very good thing, because Cameron is missing a lot of time for a concussion. Meaning the tight end might not be passing the tests. If you remember correctly, Jahvid Best the former Lions running back had to call it quits early because he could not pass the tests. Hopefully that is not the case for Cameron but it is not looking good.