News: Gordon's one-year suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy has been officially reduced to 10 games, NFL.com reports.
Impact: Per the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Gordon is eligible to return to action in Week 12, for the Browns' Nov. 23 contest against the Falcons. The Plain Dealer adds that the wideout is not expected to face any additional suspension stemming from a recent DWI charge. Thus, assuming no further violations of the league's substance-abuse policy, Gordon is on track to be available for the Browns' final six games.
News: Gordon has been reinstated into the NFL and had his one-year suspension reduced to 10 games after the league announced changes to its drug policy.
Impact: The league and Players' Association reached an agreement on Friday on revisions to the substance-abuse program. Earlier this week, they announced changes on performance-enhancing drugs. Gordon, who has at least four drug violations, has already served two games of the suspension. He will be eligible to play Nov. 23 when the Browns visit Atlanta.
News: Offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan indicated that Cameron (shoulder) was "very limited" at practice Thursday, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Impact: At this stage, Shanahan suggested "it can go either way" with regard to the tight end's chances of suiting up Sunday against the Ravens. We'll revisit Cameron's status Friday, but it looks like he'll have to turn in a good practice in order for his Week 3 playing prospects to brighten.
News: Cameron (shoulder) was spotted at practice Thursday, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Impact: We'll continue to monitor Cameron's status in advance of Sunday's game against the Ravens, but after Wednesday's practice, the tight end relayed that his "shoulder is feeling all right, but it's definitely still a day-to-day thing."