Cameron had just one catch for four yards Sunday in a win over Baltimore. He received five targets, but was woefully ineffective in Week 9.
Several of Cleveland's top targets have suffered since the implementation of Jason Campbell as the team's starting quarterback. Its record, however, has not. This most likely means the game plan will continue to include Campbell distributing the ball to many receivers, which is not good for the Browns' star tight end, who now has 50 catches, 600 yards and six touchdowns this season.
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