PITTSBURGH -- Cleveland Browns tight end
Cameron had missed last Sunday’s game at the New York Jets because of the concussion, but returned to practice this week after being cleared by an independent neurologist.
Cameron ranks second on the team to wide receiver
He has turned those 75 receptions into 848 yards and seven touchdowns. By catching a touchdown from
Cameron’s receptions and yardage totals are the second-most in the NFL among tight ends this season. His seven touchdowns are tied for fifth and 23 third-down receptions are second in the NFL among tight ends.
The seven touchdowns are the second-most by a Browns tight end in a single season.
While Cameron is expected to start, the Browns will be without the services of four starters, including defensive end
The Steelers have deactivated quarterback Landry Jones, cornerback Isaiah Green, linebackers Jason Worilds and Terence Garvin, defensive end Brian Arnfelt, offensive lineman David Snow and defensive tackle Hebron Fangupo.
Pittsburgh has no expected lineup changes.