Browns tight end Jordan Cameron is an ultra-athletic downfield target. He leads all NFL tight ends with 49 catches for 596 yards and six touchdowns. He had a 53-yard reception against the Ravens in the first meeting, a 14-6 Cleveland loss in which rookie free safety Matt Elam fell down trying to disrupt Cameron's fast-developing route. While the Ravens will pay a lot of attention to wide receiver Josh Gordon, who didn't play in the first game as he served an suspension for violating the league's substance-abuse policy, Cameron is a focal point. "You can't focus all the attention on [Gordon] because, to me, they have one of the best tight ends in the league, if not the best," Ravens defensive coordinator Dean Pees said. "That guy is a go-to, dynamic tight end in my estimation, and I think he's really a good, good football player."
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