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Browns TE Jordan Cameron will miss Thursday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals because he is still recovering from his concussion, his third in three seasons. He has still not cleared the NFL's concussion protocols. Although Cameron has missed two games this season, the Browns have won both games. However, the Browns are short on playmakers as WR Andrew Hawkins is questionable for the big AFC North Showdown between the Bengals and Browns. Jim Dray and Gary Barnidge will play in place of Cameron.
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Definitely worrisome about the concussions. Isn't is serious after 3? Reminds me of Jahvid Best
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