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Three Browns players to watch during Sunday's game vs. Ravens

WR Josh Gordon

- Gordon is the Browns' top offensive playmaker and one of the top young wide receivers in the NFL. He was suspended for Cleveland's first two games, including the Browns' first game against the Ravens in Week 2, but he has 32 catches for 582 yards and three touchdowns in the six games he has played in since returning. He had five catches for 132 yards and a touchdown against the Chiefs last week.

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TE Jordan Cameron

- Cameron is another one of the former college basketball players turned dangerous pass catching tight end in the NFL. Cameron was a fourth round pick in 2011. He only had 26 catches his first two years in the NFL, but he already has 49 catches for 566 yards and six touchdowns this season. He had five catches for 95 yards against Baltimore in Week 2. He has been held to fewer than 55 yards just once so far this year.

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OLB Barkevious Mingo

- Mingo was the Browns' first round pick in this year's NFL draft, the sixth overall pick in the draft. What sets him apart is his athleticism. He has a lean frame but he ran a 40-yard dash time at the NFL combine (4.58 seconds) that is more common for a wide receiver than an outside linebacker. He didn't play in Cleveland's first game because of an injury, but he has become a big contributor since. He leads the Browns with four sacks.

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