CLEVELAND (92.3 The Fan) – The Cleveland Browns will be without Pro Bowl tight end Jordan Cameron Thursday night in Cincinnati.
The Browns ruled Cameron as well as safety Johnson Bademosi out on Wednesday for the game. Both are recovering from concussions. Cameron sustained a concussion Oct. 26 against Oakland, his third in as many seasons, while Bademosi left Sunday’s win over Tampa Bay with one.
Without Cameron, tight ends Jim Dray and Gary Barnidge combined to catch 3 passes for 42 yards in Sunday’s 22-17 win over Oakland. Dray’s 16-yard reception in the fourth quarter helped set up the game-winning touchdown.
Receiver Andrew Hawkins is listed as questionable after being limited Wednesday at practice. Hawkins, who spent his first 3 seasons with the Bengals, leads the Browns with 39 catches this season after signing in the offseason as a restricted free agent.
Defensive lineman Phil Taylor returned to practice this week after missing the previous 4 games following knee surgery. Taylor along with and defensive lineman Billy Winn are also questionable.
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