Browns Pro Bowl tight end Jordan Cameron returned to a limited practice on Wednesday after sitting out all last week and, as Nate Ulrich of The Akron Beacon Journal reports, "probably has a good shot at playing" Sunday at home vs. the Ravens.
Cameron said after the practice that his shoulder feels good but wants to see how he feels in the morning. The 26-year-old aggravated an August shoulder injury on a 47-yard catch in the Browns' opener.
In 2013, he had 80 catches on 917 yards to go with seven touchdowns.
The Browns have so far split their first two games of 2014, losing 30-27 in the season opener on the road against the Steelers but bounced back with a 26-24 win at home vs. the Saints in Week 2.
- Marc Weinreich