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    2014-11-21 Injury report for Browns at Falcons (Week 12) - Browns Out: Tight end Jordan Cameron (concussion) and wide receiver Marlon Moore (hamstring). Doubtful: Inside linebacker Karlos Dansby (knee). Questionable: Safety Johnson Bademosi (concussion) and outside linebacker Jabaal Sheard (foot). Probable: Defensive end Desmond Bryant (wrist), outside linebacker Barkevious Mingo (shoulder) and nose tackle Ahtyba Rubin (knee). Falcons Out: Cornerback Robert Alford (wrist) and offensive tackle Jonathan Scott (hamstring). Probable: Wide receivers Harry Douglas (foot), Julio Jones (illness), Devin Hester (wrist) and Drew David (foot), fullback Patrick DiMarco (illness), running back Steven Jackson (illness), guard Jon Asamoah (shoulder) and defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux (knee). Akron Beacon Journal
    2014-11-21 Friday infirmary: Week 12 NFL injury report - The Denver Broncos will be without RBs Montee Ball and Ronnie Hillman in a key AFC matchup against the Miami Dolphins, but they are far from the only injuries taking key players out around the NFL. Get the entire Friday NFL injury report. Scout - NFL
    2014-11-21 Jordan Cameron never considered quitting because of his 3 concussions: 'Definitely not, not once' http://t.co/llSRuQZVAi - None twitter
    2014-11-21 Jordan Cameron (concussion) won't play Sunday, but has been medically cleared. Appears on track to return Wk 13: http://t.co/wRBfUbFRz9 - None twitter
    2014-11-21 Jordan Cameron never considered quitting because of his 3 concussions: 'Definitely not, not once' - Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron returned to practice Friday, but has been ruled out for the Falcons. He said he never contemplated retiring despite three concussions in less than two years. BEREA, Ohio -- Browns tight end Jordan Cameron patted the picture his five-year-old son Tristan hanging in his locker to illustrate that coming back from his three concussions is the right thing to do. "I've got this little guy,'' he said. "I wouldn't come back if I felt like I was in danger of not being there for him." Cameron returned to practice on Friday for the first time since suffering his concussion Oct. 26 on a blow to the head and neck by Raiders safety Brandian Ross, who was fined $22,050 for the illegal hit. He was ruled out for the Falcons game, his fourth straight, but happy to be back, even if on a limited basis. "Awesome,'' he said. "When you're not with your teammates for a month it feels good to be back." And despite the fact it marked his third concussion in less than two years, he hasn't contemplated retiring from football. "No, definitely not. Not once,'' he said.  "The last two years, I've had a whole offseason to recover and I felt nothing. I'm not looking at the T.V. like 'I can't see.' I'm not having conversations and blank staring at people. I'm fully back to normal.'' Cameron, who suffered concussions in each of the past three seasons, is confident he isn't putting himself at risk for long-term brain damage by returning to the field. He missed the final two games of 2012 with a concussion and the second-last game of last season. "My mindset is I spoke to two neurologists, took tests with these neurologists, they looked at my results in great detail, they were looking at everything and they said, 'Your baseline from six years ago is the same as now. You won't get any lost memory. Everything is the exact same as it was six years ago,''' Cameron said. "Now the main thing they say is if you come back too early and you get another concussion, if you get hit again and get a concussion, that's when you see the damage when I'm 50 years old.'' Cameron stressed that he's not worried about the multiple concussions affecting him in free agency this offseason. He's in the final year of his rookie contract, and talks with the Browns were going well until they broke off in camp. A source told cleveland.com the two sides will wait until after the season to resume discussions. "I don't think (it will),'' said Cameron. "f you look back at the concussions I've gotten, it's not like I'm a fragile person. It's not like I take a little hit and I get a concussion. I've taken some stuff that's serious and if anyone was in this situation they'd get a concussion. They can watch the tape and they'll know anyone would've gotten concussions in those situations.'' He said he's spoken a lot with former Browns tight end Ben Watson, with whom he played in 2011 and 2012, about returning from the brain trauma. Watson finished the 2011 season on injured reserve with his third concussion of the season, but returned in 2012, his last year with the Browns. An 11th-year pro, Watson is still playing with the the Saints.    "Yeah, (Watson's) a realist,'' said Cameron. "He's like 'it could happen again, you got unlucky a couple of times.' Because the hits I took, they weren't minor. I think anyone would've gotten a concussion from those hits. It happens. It's a freak accident that happened in football. We play this game, it might happen again. It's a possible thing. You've got to make sure you're well-rested from the previous one and you can't go out there not confident and scared to get one of these things. You've just got to take your time coming back.'' Cameron, who's been limited to 13 receptions this season for 250 yards and one touchdown, knew was he was getting himself into. "Yeah, everyone gets injured and everyone plays injured,'' he said. "This is one of those things you can't really play through and that's the problem with football players. We've been told our whole life 'you're fine, keep playing,' but this is one of those things you can't. I could've played two weeks ago but it would've been terrible for my brain. I would've have a concussion. You can't push it. You've just got to sit down and listen to the doctors and trust your symptoms.''  Cameron said he had  "little mini-headaches here and there. Just the little things - it was more of an annoyance. You know it's there. Something's not right." He added that  he didn't think Ross had any malicious intent. "The guy wasn't trying to give me a concussion,'' he said. "He was making a football play. It was a natural thing. He wanted to go get the ball and I don't think there should be anything more than that." Next week, Tristan will come to visit from California, and if there's snow, Cameron will take him sledding. His son's presence will be a reminder that he's doing the right thing by pressing on. "Like I said earlier, if I didn't feel comfortable playing I wouldn't be out here, knowing I have a son,'' he said. "Obviously he's a big part of my life. Those are the things you think about, but after I talked to the neurologists I feel a lot better about the situation." The sight of Josh Gordon returning to the field is also enticing. "It will be exciting,'' he said. "It's been a year since we played together. I want to get back there with my teammates and help this team win." The Cleveland Plain Dealer
    2014-11-21 Cameron out, Dansby doubtful against Atlanta - The Cleveland Browns got Pro Bowl tight end Jordan Cameron back on the practice field but won't have Cameron for Sunday's game at the Atlanta Falcons. Fox Sports
    2014-11-21 Browns tight end Jordan Cameron at peace with decision to resume career after suffering third documented concussion in less than two years - BEREA: After Browns tight end Jordan Cameron practiced Friday for the first time in nearly a month, he tapped on the photograph of his 5-year-old son, Tristan, hanging in his locker and explained he’s at peace with his decision to continue playing football despite suffering three documented concussions in less than two years.“I’ve got this little guy,” Cameron said of Tristan. “I wouldn’t come back if I felt like I was in danger of not being there for him.“Obviously, he’s a big part of my life. Those are the things you think about, but after I talked to the neurologists, I feel a lot better about the situation.”Cameron insisted he never thought about retiring.“No, definitely not, not once,” he said. “The last two years, I’ve had a whole offseason to recover and I felt nothing. I’m not looking at the TV like, ‘I can’t see.’ I’m not having conversations and blank staring at people. I’m fully back to normal.”The Browns (6-4) ruled Cameron out for their road game Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons (4-6), but coach Mike Pettine said he’s hopeful the Pro Bowler will be able to play next week against the Buffalo Bills.In the meantime, Cameron will miss his fourth consecutive game after suffering a concussion Oct. 26 against the Oakland Raiders. He experienced “mini-headaches” until the symptoms finally subsided.“I spoke to two neurologists, took tests with these neurologists, they looked at my results in great detail, they were looking at everything and they said, ‘Your baseline from six years ago is the same as now. You won’t get any lost memory. Everything is the exact same as it was six years ago,’” Cameron said. “Now the main thing they say is if you come back too early and you get another concussion, if you get hit again and get a concussion, that’s when you see the damage when I’m 50 years old.”Cameron made sure to thoroughly report his symptoms because of the frightening repercussions associated with coming back too soon. He talked to former Browns tight end Benjamin Watson, now a member of the New Orleans Saints, multiple times about his situation. Watson also has suffered concussions throughout his career. “Back in the day, you know it was, ‘I got my bell rung,’ and you would still play,” Cameron said. “And the effects that has later in your life, we know that now that you can’t do that. And I think just being proactive with these things and understanding the situation and just being patient and listening, if you feel something, you’ve got to tell them. You’ve got to be honest.“It might happen again. It’s a possible thing. You’ve got to make sure you’re well-rested from the previous one and you can’t go out there not confident and scared to get one of these things. You’ve just got to take your time coming back.“We’ve been told our whole life, ‘You’re fine, keep playing,’ but this is one of those things you can’t [push through]. I could’ve played two weeks ago, but it would’ve been terrible for my brain. I would’ve had a concussion. You can’t push it. You’ve just got to sit down and listen to the doctors and trust your symptoms.”Cameron suffered his most recent concussion when he absorbed a shot from Raiders safety Brandian Ross while grabbing a 21-yard pass in the second quarter. The officials penalized Ross for a personal foul, and the NFL fined him $22,050 because he hit a defenseless receiver in the head and neck area.“I don’t think he had any malicious intent,” Cameron said. “The guy wasn’t trying to give me a concussion. He was making a football play. It was a natural thing. He wanted to go get the ball.”On Thursday, an independent neurologist cleared Cameron to practice Friday. He said he participated in individual drills and took a few reps in team drills. The Browns listed him as a limited participant on the injury report. Cameron hadn’t practiced since Oct. 24.“When you’re not with your teammates for a month, it feels good to be back,” he said. “[Sitting out was] very frustrating. It’s been a trying time, but I trust these doctors and I trust the training staff. We’re taking our time with these things, and I feel good now.”The 6-foot-5, 249-pound Cameron is eager to help the Browns down the stretch and join an offense excited about All-Pro wide receiver Josh Gordon returning from a 10-game suspension this week. In six games this season, Cameron has compiled 13 catches for 250 yards and a touchdown. He also missed one game with a sprained AC joint in his right shoulder.Last season, he had 80 catches for 917 yards and seven touchdowns in 15 games. He made the Pro Bowl for the first time.A fourth-round draft pick in 2011, Cameron is in the final season of his rookie contract with the Browns. He doesn’t believe teams will devalue him as a pending unrestricted free agent because of his history of concussions.“I don’t think so,” Cameron said. “If you look back at the concussions I’ve gotten, it’s not like I’m a fragile person. It’s not like I take a little hit and I get a concussion. I’ve taken some stuff that’s serious, and if anyone was in the situation, they’d get a concussion. I’m not sitting there like, ‘If I get hit a little bit, I’m done.’ I don’t think like that. They can watch the tape, and they’ll know anyone would’ve gotten concussions in those situations.”Nate Ulrich can be reached at nulrich@thebeaconjournal.com. Read the Browns blog at www.ohio.com/browns. Follow him on Twitter at www.twitter.com/NateUlrichABJ and on Facebook www.facebook.com/abj.sports. Akron Beacon Journal
    2014-11-21 Jordan Cameron: "I Want To Help This Team Win" - TE Jordan Cameron Spoke to the media following his first day back at practice on 11/21 Cleveland Browns
    2014-11-21 Browns TE Cameron returns to practice, but won't play Sunday - BEREA, Ohio (AP) Browns tight end Jordan Cameron will miss his fourth straight game because of concussion symptoms. Fox Sports
    2014-11-21 “The Pulse” With Bull & Fox Friday 11/21: Browns-Falcons, LeBron on Patience, Winning and Kevin Love - Bull & Fox talk about the Browns-Falcons this Sunday including Jordan Cameron being ruled out once again, LeBron's comments about the building process with the team and the offensive development... CBS Local
    2014-11-21 Cleveland Browns injury report and lineup changes - Are Cameron, Sheard and Dansby playing? Cleveland Browns
    2014-11-21 Injuries: Julius Thomas questionable, Sanders probable - Julius Thomas (ankle) and Emmanuel Sanders (concussion) were both present at Broncos practice, but their statuses still vary for Sunday. What other injuries are we tracking Friday? NFL.com
    2014-11-21 For Browns, TE Jordan Cameron (concussion) and WR Marlon Moore (hamstring) out. LB Karlos Dansby (knee) doubtful. - None twitter
    2014-11-21 Browns' Cameron practices, but will not play - Browns Pro Bowl tight end Jordan Cameron practices, but will miss fourth game with concussion          USA Today
    2014-11-21 Browns tight end has been ruled out again; Not looking good for his future - Jordan Cameron has missed three consecutive games due to a concussion.  The Browns standout tight end in 2013, has been horrible this year, and unfortunately he will miss his fourth consecutive game. A week ago, Cleveland Browns coach Mike Pettine didn’t know if concussion issues would allow Jordan Cameron to play again this season. The […] The post Browns tight end has been ruled out again; Not looking good for his future appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds. YardBarker
    2014-11-21 Browns tight end has been ruled out again; Not looking good for his future - Jordan Cameron has missed three consecutive games due to a concussion.  The Browns standout tight end in 2013, has been horrible this year, and unfortunately he will miss his fourth consecutive game. A week ago, Cleveland Browns coach Mike Pettine didn’t know if concussion issues would allow Jordan Cameron to play again this season. The […] The post Browns tight end has been ruled out again; Not looking good for his future appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds. YardBarker
    2014-11-21 Browns tight end has been ruled out again; Not looking good for his future - Jordan Cameron has missed three consecutive games due to a concussion.  The Browns standout tight end in 2013, has been horrible this year, and unfortunately he will miss his fourth consecutive game. A week ago, Cleveland Browns coach Mike Pettine didn’t know if concussion issues would allow Jordan Cameron to play again this season. The […] The post Browns tight end has been ruled out again; Not looking good for his future appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds. YardBarker
    2014-11-21 Browns' Jordan Cameron ruled out vs. Falcons - Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron returned to the practice field Friday after a lengthy absence, but won't be on the field when the Browns take on the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday.Cameron has been ruled out as he continues to recover from a concussion. It will be his fourth consecutive missed game. Copyright © 2014 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license. theScore NFL
    2014-11-21 RT @ScottCarasik: Thank god. RT @PatMcManamon: Jordan Cameron back to limited work at practice today but will not play Sunday #Browns - None twitter
    2014-11-21 RT @PatMcManamon: Jordan Cameron back to limited work at practice today but will not play Sunday #Browns - None twitter
    2014-11-21 #NFL Wire: Injuies: Jordan Cameron ruled out; Jonas Gray absent http://t.co/53fjOfh93d http://t.co/KbU6kwKZ9Q - None twitter
    2014-11-21 Jordan Cameron and Dwayne Allen have already been ruled out. Tough week for TES. We'll see about Julius Thomas - None twitter
    2014-11-21 Progress that he practiced...“@PatMcManamon: Jordan Cameron back to limited work at practice today but will not play Sunday #Browns” - None twitter
    2014-11-21 RT @MaryKayCabot: #browns jordan cameron (concussion) has been ruled out for the #falcons. - None twitter
    2014-11-21 Cameron practices with Browns, missed 3 games - BEREA, Ohio (AP) Browns tight end Jordan Cameron is practicing for the first time in four weeks after missing the past three games due to a concussion. Fox Sports
    2014-11-21 #browns jordan cameron (concussion) has been ruled out for the #falcons. - None twitter
    2014-11-21 Browns' Cameron cleared, returns to practice - Tight end Jordan Cameron was cleared by a neurologist and returned to the Cleveland Browns practice field Friday on a limited basis. ESPN.com - NFL
    2014-11-21 Jordan Cameron practices Friday but ruled out - One of the AFC’s Pro Bowl performers from a season ago has returned to practice after more than a three-week absence. Browns tight end Jordan Cameron (concussion) was on the field Friday as the Browns worked out ahead of Sunday’s matchup at Atlanta, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer observed. The 26-year-old Cameron… ProFootballTalk.com
    2014-11-21 Cameron practices with Browns, missed 3 games - Browns tight end Jordan Cameron is practicing for the first time in four weeks after missing the past three games due to a concussion. … Click to Continue » Sports News | The Kansas City Star & KansasCity.com
    2014-11-21 Jordan Cameron Returns to Practice, Huge News - SI.com Top Stories
    2014-11-21 Jordan Cameron returns to Cleveland Browns practice - Jordan Cameron returned to Browns practice on Friday after missing three games with concussion issues. NFL
    2014-11-21 Injuies: Jordan Cameron ruled out; Jonas Gray absent - Jordan Cameron (concussion) returned to Browns practice Friday but was ruled out for Sunday, while the Patriots' Jonas Gray was not present for his team's session. What other injuries are we tracking Friday? NFL.com
    2014-11-21 Injuries: Jordan Cameron ruled out; Jonas Gray absent - Jordan Cameron (concussion) returned to Browns practice Friday but was ruled out for Sunday, while the Patriots' Jonas Gray was not present for his team's session. What other injuries are we tracking Friday? NFL
    2014-11-21 Jordan Cameron returns to Cleveland Browns practice from concussion http://t.co/ZgRhXv7vnK - None twitter
    2014-11-21 Pro Bowl tight end Jordan Cameron, special teams ace Johnson Bademosi return to Browns practice - Pro Bowl tight end Jordan Cameron and backup safety Johnson Bademosi returned to Browns practice Friday after missing significant time with concussions. If Cameron is able to play Sunday when the Browns (6-4) visit the Atlanta Falcons (4-6), the offense should receive a significant boost, especially because All-Pro wide receiver Josh Gordon will be active for the first time this season after serving a 10-game suspension. Cameron missed the past three games after suffering his third documented concussion in less than two years on Oct. 26 against the Oakland Raiders. He practiced Friday for the first time since Oct. 24. He ran routes and caught passes during the 15-minute portion of practice open to the media. The 6-foot-5, 249-pound Cameron absorbed a shot from Raiders safety Brandian Ross as he caught a 21-yard pass in the second quarter. The NFL fined Ross $22,050 for the play because he hit a defenseless receiver in the head and neck area. The blow also drew a personal foul. In six games this season, Cameron has compiled 13 catches for 250 yards and a touchdown. He also missed one game with a sprained AC joint in his right shoulder. Last season, Cameron had 80 catches for 917 yards and seven touchdowns in 15 games. He made the Pro Bowl for the first time. Bademosi, who leads the Browns with eight special teams tackles this season, missed the past two games. He suffered a concussion Nov. 2 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He practiced Friday for the first time since Oct. 31. Starting inside linebacker Karlos Dansby (sprained MCL in left knee), starting outside linebacker Jabaal Sheard (foot) and kickoff returner Marlon Moore (hamstring) continued to sit out. They didn't practice Wednesday, Thursday or Friday and will likely soon be ruled out for Sunday. Akron Beacon Journal
    2014-11-21 Jordan Cameron returns to Cleveland Browns practice from concussion - Browns tight end Jordan Cameron returned to practice today from his concussion. Can you imagine if he and Josh Gordon return to the field together? The Cleveland Plain Dealer
    2014-11-21 Browns TE Jordan Cameron Returns To Practice Friday - It appears that the Cleveland Browns will get not 1, but 2 Pro Bowlers back this week. CBS Local
    2014-11-21 Browns' Cameron (concussion) able to practice - Browns' Cameron (concussion) able to practice CBS Sports NFL
    2014-11-21 Browns' Cameron practices, won't play Sunday - Browns' Cameron practices, won't play Sunday CBS Sports NFL
    2014-11-21 On Further Review: #Browns extra points: The Gordon affect, Rubin returns, Cameron update http://t.co/rwb3y9bLZ0 via @FoxSports - None twitter
    2014-11-21 #Browns Rubin returns, The Gordon affect, Cameron update http://t.co/rwb3y9bLZ0 via @FoxSports - None twitter
    2014-11-20 @angee_nero happy b day - None twitter
    2014-11-20 @lucyaragon @_HollyOwens 40. Just in case holly didn't show u - None twitter
    2014-11-20 @LaurieDouglas9 crickets - None twitter
    2014-11-20 Browns extra points: The Gordon affect, Rubin returns, Update on Cameron - After a disappointing loss to the Texans at home, the Browns are looking to bounce back against the Falcons in Atlanta on Sunday. Here are extra points from Thursday's practice. Fox Sports
    2014-11-20 RT @MaryKayCabot: Jordan Cameron still idle, Karlos Dansby close to being ruled out, Jabaal Sheard has a shot: Cleveland Browns… http://t.c… - None twitter
    2014-11-20 Jordan Cameron still idle, Karlos Dansby close to being ruled out, Jabaal Sheard has a shot: Cleveland Browns… http://t.co/hfIuhT6KJ9 - None twitter
    2014-11-20 Jordan Cameron still idle, Karlos Dansby close to being ruled out, Jabaal Sheard has a shot: Cleveland Browns Insider - Browns tight end Jordan Cameron is still idle with his concussion, Karlos Dansby is close to being ruled out with his knee injury and Jabaal Sheard has an outside chance to play this weekend. The Cleveland Plain Dealer
    2014-11-20 #Browns players idle today: Jordan Cameron and Johnson Bademosi (concussions), Sheard (foot), Dansby (knee), Moore (hammy). - None twitter
    2014-11-20 NFL Injury Report Week 12: Team-by-Team Updates, Inactive List and More - Injuries have plagued many teams in the NFL this season, and the latest injury report leading into Week 12 is filled with some of the biggest names in the sport. Fantasy owners are desperate to start the ideal lineup in each of the next two weeks in order to make the playoffs, and using the weekly inactive list to ensure your players are all starting is one of the keys to victory. Here is the latest news, status updates and team-by-team inactives for Week 12.   Arian Foster, RB, Houston Texans Status: Questionable Houston Texans running back Arian Foster missed the team’s Week 11 matchup with a groin injury, but head coach Bill O’Brien tells ESPN’s Bob Holtzman that he will likely be ready for Week 12 against the Cincinnati Bengals: Foster has been a fantasy star this season, racking up over 1,000 all-purpose yards and 10 touchdowns. Soft-tissue injuries have been an issue for him in the past, but fantasy owners should be confident in starting Foster after he practiced Wednesday.   Julius Thomas, TE, Denver Broncos Status: Questionable Denver Broncos tight end Julius Thomas injured his ankle in Week 11’s loss to the St. Louis Rams and missed Wednesday’s practice, according to Jeff Legwold of ESPN: Thomas is a major cog in Denver’s offensive game plan, and he will be missed by fantasy owners and the Broncos in a tough matchup against the Miami Dolphins in Week 12. With 12 touchdowns this season, owners are hoping Thomas can play through the pain Sunday.   Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Arizona Cardinals Status: Probable Veteran Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald suffered an MCL sprain in Week 11 but will play through the injury Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks, despite not practicing Wednesday, according to Kent Somers of AZCentral.com: Fantasy owners should stay away from Fitzgerald in Week 12 at all costs. Not only is he continuing to develop a rapport with new quarterback Drew Stanton, but he is also dealing with a knee injury while playing one of the league’s toughest secondaries. In a crucial matchup, owners must find a better option.   Giovani Bernard, RB, Cincinnati Bengals Status: Probable Cincinnati Bengals running back Giovani Bernard has been dealing with a nagging hip injury for several weeks, but Coley Harvey of ESPN is reporting that he returned to practice Wednesday: Bernard was playing well before his injury, but backup Jeremy Hill has performed admirably in his absence. Expect the two players to split carries against the Houston Texans if Bernard makes it through a week of practice healthy.   Jordan Cameron, TE, Cleveland Browns Status: Questionable Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron is still in the league’s concussion protocol and was not at practice Wednesday, according to Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer: For fantasy owners, it’s time to move on from Cameron or stash him on the bench as a possible boost if he returns in the playoffs. Cameron and the Browns should be worried first and foremost about the tight end’s long-term health, as this is his third concussion since 2012.   Full Inactive List *Team-by-team inactive lists will be updated when released.   *Stats via NFL.com.Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com B/R NFL
    2014-11-19 Duke’s Issac Blakeney a big target to monitor - The Seahawks know they need to acquire a big receiver. That’s why they reportedly contemplated a trade for Vincent Jackson. It’s why they also supposedly contacted Denver, Cleveland and Indianapolis to ask about Julius Thomas, Jordan Cameron and Coby Fleener respectively. Whether it’s a tight end or a big bodied wide out, they need to […] seattlepi.com
    2014-11-19 @lucyaragon @_HollyOwens 33 - None twitter
    2014-11-19 Browns Get Favorable News On OLB Jabaal Sheard, Won’t Rule Out ILB Karlos Dansby – Yet - Wednesday afternoon Pettine was much more optimistic about both players - especially Sheard, who saw a specialist and was feared to be lost for the season. CBS Local
    2014-11-19 Gio Bernard & Jordan Cameron headline Wednesday's injury roundup: http://t.co/20vP7isQQv - None twitter
    2014-11-19 Jordan Cameron stuck in concussion protocol, nowhere near close to fantasy return - Jordan Cameron stuck in concussion protocol, nowhere near close to fantasy return The Palm Beach Post
    2014-11-19 Jordan Cameron still in concussion protocol http://t.co/lCPp0uevV6 - None twitter
    2014-11-19 Browns' Sheard could return from foot injury - Browns linebacker Jabaal Sheard's foot injury is not as severe as originally feared and he could be back this season. … Click to Continue » Sports News | The Kansas City Star & KansasCity.com
    2014-11-19 Browns' Sheard could return from foot injury - Browns linebacker Jabaal Sheard's foot injury not as serious as originally diagnosed          USA Today
    2014-11-19 #NFL Wire: Jordan Cameron still in concussion protocol - Jordan Cameron | CLE http://t.co/C5pAckkQYL http://t.co/QsmTMY8NF9 - None twitter
    2014-11-19 RT @ScottPetrak: #Browns Pettine doesn't expect TE Jordan Cameron (concussion) on field today. Still in protocol, hasn't been symptom-free. - None twitter
    2014-11-19 Jordan Cameron still in concussion protocol http://t.co/iNvUIUbwxg - None twitter
    2014-11-19 #Browns Pettine said Cameron and Bademosi are still in the concussion protocol and doubts if he'll be at practice Wednesday - None twitter
    2014-11-19 By not ruling anyone out #Browns Pettine still sounds like he thinks there's a chance Dansby, Cameron could play - None twitter
    2014-11-19 Cleveland Browns' Jabaal Sheard's foot injury not as serious as fear; Jordan Cameron still has concussion symptoms http://t.co/VkClvurOpt - None twitter
    2014-11-19 #Browns pre practice injury report lists Cameron & Bademosi (concussion) Dansby (knee) Sheard (foot) Rubin (knee) & Moore (hamstring) ltd - None twitter
    2014-11-19 Cleveland Browns' Jabaal Sheard's foot injury not as serious as feared; Jordan Cameron still has concussion symptoms - Browns linebacker Jabaal Sheard's foot injury is not as serious as originally feared, a source confirmed for cleveland.com. He could get back on the field within a few weeks. The Cleveland Plain Dealer
    2014-11-18 Panthers waive veteran slot WR Jason Avant - Jason Avant | FA - Panthers waived WR Jason Avant. Fantasy Football News - Rotoworld.com
    2014-11-18 Fantasy Football: Week 12 waiver wire - Welcome to the Week 12 waiver wire! Now that we’ve cleared the bye weeks for 30 of the league’s 32 teams, it’s time to think about depth and redundancy, especially in larger leagues. So, if you play in a large format, this is a day to check out my expanded waiver wire over at Rotobahn. […] WEEI - It Is What It Is
    2014-11-17 #Browns Pettine said Cameron is truly day to day and have to push reset button every day symptoms occur. Still hopeful he will be able to go - None twitter
    2014-11-17 Fantasy Football 2014: Let the postseason countdown begin - Josh Gordon is set to return in Week 12 against a very vulnerable Falcons secondary. With Andrew Hawkins stepping up and tight end Jordan Cameron nearing his return from a concussion, Cleveland's offense is about to get turbo-charged. With just two weeks to go in most fantasy leagues' regular seasons, it's crunch time for teams on the postseason bubble. And things are about to get very interesting. Josh Gordon is set to return in Week 12 against a very vulnerable Falcons secondary. With Andrew Hawkins stepping up and tight end Jordan Cameron nearing his return from a concussion, Cleveland's offense is about to get turbo-charged. Don't be surprised if Brian Hoyer turns in some stellar performances in the weeks ahead. The Adrian Peterson saga could be resolved at any minute, giving the Vikings a fresh-legged superstar to carry the load down the stretch.  Marginal teams that have socked Peterson and/or Gordon away could become contenders overnight. The mercurial Marshawn Lynch is unhappy with his lame duck status in Seattle so he will presumably be gunning for a massive payday in the offseason. I'm glad I'm not one of the poor souls that has to tackle an angry, motivated Beast Mode. Meanwhile, just when we thought we could never trust Jay Cutler or Andy Dalton again, both quarterbacks reminded us how quickly things can change when you have talented receivers at your disposal. Which is why you shouldn't count out Matt Ryan or Matt Stafford after their sub-par performances, and why Ben Roethlisberger will continue to make your start/sit decisions so confounding. Even Josh McCown is worth a gamble in favorable matchups, thanks to the emergence of rookie Mike Evans and his equally explosive counterpart, Vincent Jackson. Apparently, a well-stocked receiving corps and solid running game isn't enough for Robert Griffin III, though.  Several other players served notice in Week 11 that they could be factors in the second half of the season, including Ryan Tannehill, Tre Mason, C.J. Anderson and the Packers' defense. And remember...if you're the Raiders of your league, don't just tank it. The integrity of the competition depends upon everyone putting up their best fight every week. If you can't win it all, at least spoil someone else's season. Isn't that what friends are for?  FREE AGENT PICKS AND PANS To win a fantasy championship, it helps to start with a great draft. But filling in your roster throughout the season with the right free agents is also important. Here's a look at players worth considering, and others who would look better in someone else's lineup. Catch 'em while you can Jonas Gray, RB, Patriots. Talk about a great way to vault onto the fantasy radar! If you watched Sunday night's game, you don't need me to tell you to grab Gray. Just be warned: What Bill Belichick giveth, Belichick loves to taketh away. Gray certainly looks like workhorse material, especially with the winter weather kicking in; but how the undrafted free agent will be deployed going forward is anybody's guess. Isaiah Crowell, RB, Browns. Ben Tate had his turn. Then came the Terrance West Experiment. Now, the starting job in Cleveland is in Crowell's hands; and while he didn't exactly soar with the opportunity, he seems destined to get another shot this weekend. Given the aerial firepower at the Browns' disposal, and Crowell's effectiveness around the goal line, he certainly merits consideration for teams dealing with RB injuries and/or ineffectiveness. Josh Gordon, WR, Browns. Somehow, last season's most prolific fantasy receiver is set to return to action this weekend and yet he's still available in about a third of all leagues. If your league is one of those, what on earth are you waiting for? Coby Fleener, TE, Colts. When Dwayne Allen was carted off with an ankle injury Sunday night, Fleener became Andrew Luck's go-to receiver. The Stanford teammates obviously have a good rapport, and if Allen misses more time, Fleener will have the dreaded tight end "committee" job all to himself.  Don't be fooled Charles Sims, RB, Buccaneers. Any starting RB is worth a fantasy roster spot. Unless he plays in Oakland, or Tampa Bay. Sims took over for Bobby Rainey, who made everyone forget Doug Martin. But despite the favorable matchup and plenty of opportunities, Sims managed just 44 combined yards. Thanks, but I'll pass. Michael Floyd, WR, Cardinals. There's a reason Floyd is available in a third of all fantasy leagues: If he doesn't deliver in the first half, he doesn't deliver. Fortunately, he reeled in two TD receptions in Sunday's first quarter; then he promptly disappeared and didn't have another catch. If you grab him, be prepared for more frustration. Kenny Britt, WR, Rams. Britt is notorious for underachieving, and he's unlikely to put that reputation behind him in St. Louis. His physical skills have always made Britt intriguing, but it's hard to trust a guy that has squandered every chance he's been given. Ladd Biro was named Football Writer of the Year by the Fantasy Sports Writers Association for two consecutive years (2010, 2011). He was a finalist again in 2013. Follow all his advice daily at the Fantasy Fools blog (fantasy-fools.blogspot.com), on Facebook and via Twitter (@ladd_biro).  The Cleveland Plain Dealer

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