Berea, OH (SportsNetwork.com) – Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron
practiced for a third consecutive day Friday, though it still remains to be
seen whether he’ll be cleared to play in Sunday’s game at Buffalo.
Cameron has missed four straight games with a concussion he suffered during
Cleveland’s 23-13 win over Oakland on Oct. 26. Though the 2013 Pro Bowl
honoree has made significant progress this week, he still needs to pass the
NFL’s concussion protocol to be active on Sunday.
The Browns will definitely be without safety Tashaun Gipson for Sunday’s tilt,
as the NFL’s current interception leader this season is facing a multi-week
absence after spraining his knee against Atlanta last Sunday.
Linebacker Karlos Dansby is also out for the Week 13 matchup and will miss a
second straight game with a knee injury as well.
Two other Cleveland defenders, lineman Ahtyba Rubin (back) and outside
linebacker Jabaal Sheard (foot), are questionable to face the Bills.