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Browns-Bills Injury Report: TE Jordan Cameron is Questionable, ILB Karlos Dansby Ruled Out

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Here is a wrap-up of the injury situation for the Cleveland Browns heading into this week's game against the Buffalo Bills:

  • TE Jordan Cameron was a limited participant in practice for three straight days and is listed as questionable. Head coach Mike Pettine still called him day-to-day since he hasn't tested his symptoms after a full day of practice. My hunch is that the Browns will want to be cautious and not play him until he is symptom free after a full day of practice, but we'll see.

  • WR Marlon Moore is out with a hamstring injury again, so WR Taylor Gabriel will likely take his place again on kick returns. ILB Karlos Dansby is out again, but he is still optimistic about when he can return. ILB Craig Robertson will start again for him.

  • OLB Jabaal Sheard did not practice all week, but I think they are just trying to let him rest his foot as much as he can, and in the mean time, he'll be a rotational linebacker on gameday. NT Ahtyba Rubin seems to be in a similar boat, where they are trying to let him rest up on his nagging injuries.

  • The Bills don't have any significant injuries on the injury report this week.

The full injury and practice report for Cleveland vs. Buffalo is below.

BROWNS WED THU FRI STATUS
WR Marlon Moore (hamstring)
DNP
DNP DNP OUT
ILB Karlos Dansby (knee) DNP DNP DNP OUT
FS Tashaun Gipson (knee)
DNP DNP DNP OUT
TE Jordan Cameron (concussion)
LP
LP LP QUESTIONABLE
NT Ahtyba Rubin (back) DNP
LP LP QUESTIONABLE
OLB Jabaal Sheard (foot)
DNP
DNP DNP QUESTIONABLE
OLB Barkevious Mingo (shoulder) FP
FP FP PROBABLE



BILLS WED THU FRI STATUS
TE Chris Gragg (knee)
DNP
DNP DNP OUT
DE Jarius Wynn (knee)
DNP DNP DNP OUT
S Bacarri Rambo (hamstring)
LP
DNP DNP OUT
WR Robert Woods (ankle)
LP
LP LP PROBABLE
K Dan Carpenter (right groin)
LP LP LP PROBABLE

DNP - Did Not Participate
LP - Limited Participation
FP - Full Participation