Cameron out against Bengals

The Pro Bowl tight end will miss game with concussion

CLEVELAND (AP) -- Browns Pro Bowl tight end Jordan Cameron will not play Thursday night against Cincinnati because of a concussion.

Cameron sustained his third concussion in three seasons on Oct. 26 against Oakland. He sat out Sunday's win over Tampa Bay and will miss another game as the Browns face the AFC North-leading Bengals. Cameron has just 13 receptions this season after making 80 catches in 2013. He's in the final year of his contract.

The Browns could also be without two wide receivers. Andrew Hawkins (leg), the team's leading receiver with 39 catches, is questionable against his former team. Also, wideout Taylor Gabriel is probable with a shoulder injury.

Defensive ends Phil Taylor (knee) and Billy Winn (toe) are also questionable. Taylor just returned to practice this week after having surgery.


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