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Cameron (shoulder) was held without a catch on three targets in Monday's preseason contest against the Redskins.

Cameron suffered from a bit of miscommunication, in addition to a few poor throws Monday, but don't look too far into this stat line. The 6-foot-5 target will continue to get his fair share of looks in the regular season, regardless of who ends up winning the quarterback job. More importantly, the minor shoulder injury he's been dealing with didn't appear to be a factor in this performance.

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Cameron (shoulder) was full-go in Friday's practice and is likely to play Monday against the Redskins, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

Carmeron has been out of practice for roughly a week due to a sprained AC joint in his shoulder -- the same ailment that prevented him from playing in the preseason opener. He's back to participating in team drills, however, which bodes well for his chances of playing Monday night. He should get plenty of work in with the first-team offense, representing a big target for both Brian Hoyer and Johnny Manziel.

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Cameron (shoulder) made his return to practice Monday, the Akron Beacon Journal reports.

Cameron missed more than a week of practice after suffering a minor AC issue last weekend. The injury prevented Cameron from playing in Saturday's preseason opener; however, the time off appears to have Cameron ready for action again Monday. That being said, Cameron is reportedly sporting a red "no contact" jersey during Monday's practice, meaning the Browns are still playing things safe with their Pro Bowl tight end. With Cleveland's next preseason outing not scheduled until next Monday, Cameron should be fine to play by then. In the meantime, Cameron will work on developing a strong rapport with both of the Browns' competing starting quarterbacks.

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Coach Mike Pettine indicated Wednesday that Cameron's shoulder is okay, but noted that the tight end will sit out Saturday's preseason opener against the Lions, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

Meanwhile, the report adds that Cameron, whose shoulder issue is evidently minor in nature, should be ready for the Browns' second preseason game, against the Redskins on Aug. 18.

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Cameron is dealing with what is being described as an AC issue with his shoulder, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.

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After digesting the first week of camp, ESPN Cleveland says Jordan Cameron "is going to have a bigger year than last season."

If Josh Gordon's suspension stands, Cameron will be the only pass-catcher on the Browns that truly threatens a defense. It's not far-fetched at all to think he can make a leap on last year's 81-917-7 line, and it doesn't matter too much who wins the quarterback battle. In Brian Hoyer's two full games last year, Cameron averaged eight catches for 78.5 yards and scored four touchdowns.

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ESPN Cleveland says the Browns' "sorry situation at wideout" makes Jordan Cameron "a No. 1 read" in the passing game.

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Contract-year TE Jordan Cameron changed his Twitter bio on Wednesday to "Pro Bowl pass catcher for the Browns."

Cameron claims he thought "no one would notice," but they did. Cameron is utilized like Jimmy Graham, lining up most often in the slot and outside. An independent arbitrator ruled Wednesday that Graham is indeed a tight end -- not a wide receiver -- and his lower franchise tag number will stick. Barring a successful appeal by the NFLPA, Cameron may face the same situation in 2015.

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The Browns' official site says Jordan Cameron was "impossible to cover" during offseason practices.

Cameron reportedly showed "improved footwork and explosion in the open field" as he comes off a breakout 80-917-7 line. Losing the ridiculously tight end-friendly Rob Chudzinski/Norv Turner scheme hurts, but there's plenty of reason to believe Cameron can at least repeat his top-5 fantasy finish at tight end. New OC Kyle Shanahan has coaxed career years out of Owen Daniels, Chris Cooley, Fred Davis and Jordan Reed, Cameron will be a target hog thanks to Josh Gordon's suspension and he's entering a walk year.

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The Cleveland Plain Dealer predicts Jordan Cameron will "drive a hard bargain" in forthcoming extension talks with the Browns.

Cameron recently hired super agent Tom Condon and is coming off a monster statistical year, where he caught 80 balls for 917 yards and seven TDs. He'll be the focal point of Cleveland's passing attack this season. ESPN Cleveland is on record as predicting Cameron will be franchise tagged in 2015. Cameron, often used out wide and in the slot, should be monitoring Jimmy Graham's situation.