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Jim Dray, TE, Browns

Position ADP NFL Team Status Experience Age Height Weight
TE CLE Active 5 years 27 6'5 255

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Nov-21-14 Browns TE Jordan Cameron returns to practice; will not play Week 12

Pat McManamon, who covers the Cleveland Browns for ESPN.com, says tight end Jordan Cameron will not play Sunday, but he did return to practice on Friday.
Cameron has missed four games this season due to shoulder and, more recently, concussion-related issues. He has posted 13 receptions for 250 yards and one touchdown on the year. With Cameron missing again, Jim Dray and Gary Barnidge will see the bulk of the action at tight end.

Fantasy Analysis:

If you've held onto Cameron this long, what's another week? With him practicing Friday, it bodes well for him to return to the field for Week 13.

The Browns, who are in the thick of the AFC playoff picture at 6-4, will get a boost in the passing game this week with the return of WR Josh Gordon. If they can get past the Falcons and come out of Week 12 at 7-4, gettting Cameron is only going to boost Gordon's and QB Brian Hoyer's fantasy value. Once Cameron returns, he's got to be seriously considered as a TE1 in any format. The position is super-thin. Dray and Barnidge hold little to no fantasy value.

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11/21 - Browns TE Jordan Cameron returns to practice; will not play Week 12 Injury
11/11 - Browns TE Jordan Cameron (concussion) still not practicing Injury
11/5 - Browns TE Jordan Cameron (concussion) ruled OUT for second straight game Injury
10/31 - Browns TE Jordan Cameron (concussion) officially ruled OUT Injury
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