Rotowire: Dec 30 / 11:20a ET
News: Barnidge, who did not catch a pass in the Browns' regular-season finale, finished the season with 13 catches (25 targets) for 156 yards and no touchdowns.
Impact: Barnidge saw a bit more work this season than originally anticipated, as starter Jordan Cameron missed six games due to shoulder and head injuries. It was then up to Barnidge and Jim Dray to take charge, but neither option was able to put up major counting stats in any given week. If the Browns lose Cameron to free agency this offseason, Barnidge could see a similar opportunity, but based on his 2014 season, it wouldn't be wise to count on a sudden increase in production.