Cameron had seven catches for 55 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Green Bay Packers. He converted all but two of his nine targets.
Cameron continues to muddle through the erratic play of quarterback Brandon Weeden. He has 155 yards in his last three games combined despite being Weeden’s most frequent target. He did find more success this week against the Packers, broke a two-game scoreless streak and remains one of only two legitimate weapons in the Browns’ passing game.
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