Cameron expects to deal with sprained AC joint all year

Browns tight end Jordan Cameron acknowledged on Tuesday that his banged-up shoulder hasn't fully healed.

Despite telling reporters, "I feel good. I feel healthy," Cameron admitted that his sprained AC joint is likely to be an issue all season, per Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal.

The Browns haven't had the luxury of a fully operational Cameron since he was first injured during an intrasquad scrimmage in August. Pain caused him to miss Cleveland's Week 2 win over the Saints.

Pegged for a monster campaign in Kyle Shanahan's offense, the fourth-year pass-catcher -- in the final year of his rookie contract -- has struggled to make an impact this season.

Three games into last year, Cameron had 26 catches for 269 yards and four touchdowns en route to an 80-catch campaign and a Pro Bowl berth. Over two appearances in 2014, the former college basketball player has just three grabs for 70 yards.

Quarterback Brian Hoyer has shown more chemistry with his ragtag collection of wideouts than Cameron, but it will be interesting to see what happens if Cleveland's difference-making tight end can regain his old form in time for Josh Gordon's eventual return from suspension.

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