Browns tight end Jordan Cameron is practicing for the first time in four weeks after missing the past three games due to a concussion.
Cameron hasn't played since Oct. 26 when he was struck in the back of the head while making a catch against Oakland. Cameron has come close to returning several times, but has had setbacks that have required him to start over in the NFL's protocol on head injuries. Cameron has just 13 catches this season after getting 80 last year, when he made the Pro Bowl.
It's possible Cameron could play Sunday in Atlanta. If he can go, the Browns will have Cameron and Pro Bowl wide receiver Josh Gordon for the first time this season.
Browns starting linebackers Karlos Dansby (knee) and Jabaal Sheard (foot) remained sidelined and are unlikely to play.
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