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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.

By SI Wire
September 30, 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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