Browns’ Haden, Cameron Not Practicing


BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Browns star cornerback Joe Haden and starting tight end Jordan Cameron will miss practice with injuries and could be sidelined against the Jets.

Haden sustained a painful hip bruise in the second half of Sunday’s loss to Chicago. Haden, who has been playing at a Pro Bowl level, has been getting treatment the past few days and is hopeful he’ll be able to play in Cleveland’s final two games. Browns coach Rob Chudzinski says Haden is day to day.

Cameron reported Monday with concussion-like symptoms. Chudzinski is not sure when Cameron was injured in Sunday’s game.

Cameron is one of the AFC’s top tight ends this season with 75 catches for 848 yards and seven touchdowns. If Cameron can’t play, Gary Barnidge will likely start.

Source: Associated Press