Jordan Cameron Won't Play Against Cincinnati Bengals

Cleveland Browns Pro Bowl player Jordan Cameron has suffered a concussion, and will not be able to play against the Cincinnati Bengals in the next game, news sources report. The player has suffered his third concussion in three seasons, on the 26th of October, in a match against Oakland. He had to sit out his team’s game against Tampa Bay, and will be sidelined for the Browns’ match against the Cincinnati Bengals on Friday.

The Cleveland Browns might be forced to play without two of their wide receivers, Andrew Hawkins and Taylor Gabriel. Hawkins, the team’s best receiver with 39 catches, is sidelined because of a leg injury, while Gabriel is likely to sit out the match because of a shoulder injury. Two more team members’ participation in the next game is questionable – defensive ends Phil Taylor and Billy Winn. Taylor is recovering from a knee injury, due to which he has undergone surgery. He has just returned to practice, and not likely to play this week. Winn suffers from problems with a toe.

Jordan Cameron Won't Play Against Cincinnati Bengals

Even without these players, the Browns have the chance to overtake their state neighbors, solidifying their position as a contender for the playoffs. Also, the Cleveland team has the opportunity to break their negative record – they haven’t won any games on the road since last September. The team faces the Bengals with first place at stake for the first time since 1986. This will be their opportunity to impose themselves on the playfield. Besides, the team hasn’t been in the playoffs for over a decade – they can change that too.

Cincinnati yielded 132 on the ground to the Jaguars in Sunday’s 33-23 victory, but benefited from 154 and two TDs on 24 carries from rookie Jeremy Hill. Likely to start again for the injured Giovani Bernard (hip and clavicle), Hill broke open a three-point game with his 60-yard score with 8:04 remaining last weekend. Hill, who averages 4.7 yards per carry while rushing for 349, leads all rookie backs with five TDs. A.J. Green caught three passes for 44 yards and a touchdown in his return from a three-game absence due to a toe injury. Green hopes for a better play after he recorded nine receptions and 58 yards while often being covered by Pro Bowler Joe Haden in the two 2013 meetings with the Browns. It’s questionable if tackle Andre Smith will have the opportunity to cover Dalton after he suffered a sprained left ankle on Sunday.

All things considered, we have an exciting game ahead of us this week, good enough to keep us away from our favorite internet casino. Can’t wait…

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