Browns tight end Jordan Cameron suffered his third concussion in less than two years, and his status for the next two games is uncertain.
With the Browns playing two games over the next 11 days - at home Sunday against Tampa Bay and Thursday Nov. 6 in Cincinnati - it remains to be seen if Cameron will play in either one.
Cameron went up for the 21-yard catch and was drilled in the head and neck area by Raiders safety Brandian Ross, who led with his helmet illegally. Cameron was lost for the game, and probably more.
We've had a lot of questions from owners this week in our Discuss Your Team forum about whether or not to drop Cameron. While it's certainly a case-by-case basis, carrying two TEs this time of year can be tough. Given the Browns have two games in 11 days, it seems unlikely Cameron plays in either one of them. It's his third concussion since 2012, meaning he's had one each of the last three years.