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Offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan indicated that Cameron (shoulder) was "very limited" at practice Thursday, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

At this stage, Shanahan suggested "it can go either way" with regard to the tight end's chances of suiting up Sunday against the Ravens. We'll revisit Cameron's status Friday, but it looks like he'll have to turn in a good practice in order for his Week 3 playing prospects to brighten.

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Cameron (shoulder) was spotted at practice Thursday, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

We'll continue to monitor Cameron's status in advance of Sunday's game against the Ravens, but after Wednesday's practice, the tight end relayed that his "shoulder is feeling all right, but it's definitely still a day-to-day thing."

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Coach Mike Pettine indicated that Cameron (shoulder) is in line to be limited at practice Wednesday, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

More on Cameron's status as the week rolls along, but a return to practice -- in any capacity -- suggests hope with regard to the TE's Week 3 status, given that he did not participate in practice last week.

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Coach Mike Pettine indicated that he is unsure of Cameron's (shoulder) status for Sunday's game against the Ravens, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

More on that front should be known, however, when the Browns return to practice Wednesday. Cameron sat out this past Sunday's game against the Saints, with Gary Barnidge (four catches for 41 yards) and Jim Dray (one catch for five yards) filling in at tight end for the team in Week 2.

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Cameron (shoulder) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Saints, the Cleveland Plain Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot reports.

With Cameron out, next up for the team's TE snaps are Gary Barnidge and Jim Dray, though neither are high-percentage fantasy options in Week 2.

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Cameron (shoulder) is not expected to play against the Saints on Sunday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

We'll confirm that notion -- one way or the other -- as Sunday's 1:00 ET kickoff approaches, but in the event that Cameron is indeed out, Gary Barnidge and Jim Dray are next up for the Browns' TE snaps.

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Cameron (shoulder) will be game-time decision for Sunday's game against the Saints, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.

Cameron -- who did not practice this week, is listed as questionable for the contest, but fortunately for those considering him for their Week 2 lineups, the Browns kick off at 1:00 ET on Sunday. Next up for the team's TE snaps in the event that Cameron is out of limited at all this weekend are Gary Barnidge, Jim Dray and Gerell Robinson, neither of whom would represent a high-percentage fantasy option.

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Cameron (shoulder) worked out on the side during the media portion of Friday's practice, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.

Cameron missed the last two days of practice, and it does not look like he will get in any work Friday either. He is considered day-to-day with the shoulder injury, so a decision on his Week 2 status may not come until Sunday, assuming he is not ruled out Friday afternoon.

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Cameron (shoulder) did not practice Thursday, the Cleveland Plain Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot reports.

Per ohio.com, an MRI revealed that there is no structural damage in Cameron's balky right shoulder, but the tight end remains in the day-to-day category in advance of Friday's practice. If Cameron is sidelined, or limited at all Sunday against the Saints, Gary Barnidge and Jim Dray would be in line to see added opportunities in Week 2.

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Cameron's MRI on his sprained right shoulder showed no structural damage, and he remains day-to-day, the Cleveland Plain Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot reports. "Right now, it's just a day-to-day thing," Cameron said. "Just seeing how it feels when I wake up, and we'll go from there."

The Browns' tight end sprained his right AC joint for the second time since Aug. 2, but he doesn't believe it's a chronic matter, and instead attributes both injuries to bad luck, which is what one would expect a pro athlete to say about a reoccurring injury. He sat out Wednesday's practice and stressed that he won't take the field Sunday unless his shoulder is healthy enough to take a pounding. For insurance, the Browns signed tight end Gerell Robinson off the Broncos' practice squad. Robinson is a more natural pass catcher than teammates Gary Barnidge and Jim Dray, who are blocking tight ends. Cameron remains questionable for Sunday's game, and his owners should make sure to have a backup plan ready in case he can't go against the Saints.