Tuesday September 30th, 2014

Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron said he's feeling good after playing for the first time since re-injuring his shoulder, but doesn't believe the issue is going away, according to Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal.

Cameron sprained his right AC joint during a preseason game, then re-injured it during the Browns' Week 1 loss to the Steelers

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He sat out Week 2 before returning in Week 3 to face the Ravens, but was targeted just three times and had one catch for 23 yards. 

Cleveland had a bye last weekend, allowing Cameron some time to further recover.

"I feel good. I feel healthy," he said.

However, the tight end says he still expects to deal with the sprained joint throughout the season. 

Following the Week 3 loss to the Ravens, Cameron said his shoulder held up and that he was just glad he "got through the game."

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Cameron was named to the Pro Bowl last season after making 80 catches for 917 yards and seven touchdowns. The 26-year-old is a former fourth round draft pick. 

The Browns travel to Tennessee to face the Titans on Sunday. Cleveland is 1-2 this season and in fourth place in the AFC North. 

- Molly Geary

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