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Cameron caught just one pass on six targets for five yards in Sunday's 24-6 loss at Jacksonville.

Cameron was absent from the box score for most of the game, until he made a short catch in the final couple of minutes. He was wide open in the end zone at one point in the first half, but Brian Hoyer overthrew him. It's a disappointing performance for Cameron, especially coming off a 102-yard game last week, but Hoyer and the entire offense struggled Sunday. He'll look to bounce back in Week 8, taking on the Raiders at home.

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Cameron (ankle/shoulder) had three catches on five targets for 102 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 31-10 win over the Steelers.

Cameron has been bothered by a number of different injuries this season, which has limited his production significantly. He came into the game with a season-high of 47 receiving yards, which he had in Week 1, but he looked healthy Sunday, particularly on his 51-yard touchdown in the second quarter. Things could continue to trend upward for Cameron, who will get to face off against the league's worst pass defense next week when the Browns travel to Jacksonville.

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Cameron (ankle/shoulder) is active for Sunday's game against the Steelers.

Cameron was able to practice at full capacity for the entire week leading up to Sunday's kickoff, so his active status for the game comes at no surprise. The 6-foot-5 tight end is coming off a Week 5 performance in which he saw season highs in catches (3) and targets (7), and will look to build on this performance against a Pittsburgh defense that has allowed 229 passing yards per game.

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Cameron (ankle/shoulder) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Steelers, the Browns' official site reports.

Cameron practiced fully all week, so his Week 6 status looks secure, though we'll verify his status in advance of Sunday's 1:00 ET kickoff to be sure. We're still waiting for the tight end to enjoy a breakout effort though, on the heels of a three-catch, 33-yard effort in Week 5.

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Cameron (shoulder) had three catches on seven targets for 33 yards Sunday against the Titans.

Only wideout Andrew Hawkins had more targets than Cameron, though three players finished with more receiving yards. The shoulder injury that kept him out in Week 2 against the Saints and limited him in Week 3 against the Ravens didn't appear to be much of a problem, so now he'll just have to work on getting more passes thrown his way. Cameron has plenty of pass-catching talent, but he'll need to get a few more red zone looks to make a fantasy leap.

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Cameron (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game against the Titans.

Cameron participated fully in practice back on Wednesday, and as expected, has been deemed healthy enough to suit up for the Week 5 contest. His production was limited to just one reception back in Week 3, but the hope is that the extra time he's had following the bye week has allowed him enough rest to be comfortable with a more prominent role in the offense. The nagging shoulder ailment has limited the 6-foot-5 tight end to just eight targets so far in 2014, but we would expect him to see a heavier workload for the first time this season.

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Cameron (shoulder) is probable for Sunday's game against the Titans, the Akron Beacon Journal reports.

While Cameron's shoulder issue hasn't totally gone away, it something that he's slated to play through and with the benefit of some added rest thanks to the Browns' Week 4 bye, we'd expect the tight end to see an increase in targets Sunday, from the three that he recorded in his last outing, back on Sept. 21.

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Cameron (shoulder) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

Cameron had plenty of time to rest his sprained AC joint in his shoulder coming of the Browns' bye week, and he seems to be on the fast track to suit up Week 5 against the Titans. He caught just one pass on three targets for 23 yards in the team's Week 3 matchup, but considering that he avoided any setbacks, he should be nearly back to full strength following the extra rest. If Cameron is able resume his regular workload, look for Jim Dray and Gary Barnidge to return to a low-volume, backup role.

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Cameron (shoulder) caught one pass on three targets for 23 yards in Sunday's loss to the Ravens.

On the plus side, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal relays that Cameron indicated that he didn't aggravate his injured shoulder on Sunday, which suggests that the tight end's Week 5 availability, following the Browns' Week 4, is secure.

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Cameron (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game against the Ravens, according to Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal.

Cameron missed last weekend's game against the Saints and was limited in practice this week due to his shoulder injury. He'll gut it out Sunday and be a big target for quarterback Brian Hoyer, who continues to improve under center.