Tight end Jordan Cameron back for Browns

CLEVELAND (AP) Browns tight end Jordan Cameron will play Sunday against Indianapolis after missing five games with a concussion.

A Pro Bowler last season, Cameron has been out since he was hit in the head by Oakland safety Brandian Ross on Oct. 26. Cameron nearly returned several times but suffered setbacks. His return will give struggling quarterback Brian Hoyer another target and help compensate for the loss of wide receiver Miles Austin, placed on injured reserve with a kidney injury.

Browns linebacker Karlos Dansby will miss his third straight game with a knee injury. Dansby was Cleveland's leading tackler before he got hurt.

Also, center Ryan Seymour will make his first start for Cleveland. The Browns have had four starting centers this season.

The Colts are without starting cornerback Vontae Davis. He sustained a concussion last week against Washington.


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