Cameron suffers concussion in Browns win

Jordan Cameron left Sunday's game with a concussion. 

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CLEVELAND – Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron suffered a concussion in the second quarter of Sunday’s game vs. the Oakland Raiders.

Cameron was hit after a catch in the back of the head by Raiders safety Brandian Ross, drawing a 15-yard flag for unnecessary roughness. Trainers attended to Cameron on the field; in-stadium cameras caught Cameron glossy-eyed on the large screens at each end.

A few minutes later, Cameron walked to the locker room.

Cameron had 3 catches for 40 yards.

John Hughes was carted off in the fourth quarter and will undergo an MRI Monday. K’Waun Williams suffered a neck stinger and did not return.