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Cleveland Browns

Stadium: FirstEnergy Stadium | Coach: Mike Pettine
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense10th116.4 (13th)250.5 (11th)
Defense20th134.9 (28th)232.2 (9th)

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Pettine: Browns TE Cameron still day-to-day with concussion
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

Mike Pettine has announced that a concussion that has resulted in on-and-off symptons since sustained on Oct. 26 still has Browns tight end Jordan Cameron considered day-to-day. But he is expected to practice Wednesday, per The Associated Press.

Cameron was considered a possibility to play in Week 12 at Atlanta, which bodes well for the possibility of him seeing game action Sunday against host Buffalo.

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Pettine not ruling Browns LB Dansby out for Sunday
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

Browns linebacker Karlos Dansby would need to be a fast healer to return to action Sunday in Buffalo, but Mike Pettine has not ruled him out. The timetable was 3-4 weeks when he injured his knee in Week 11, but he had been deemed only doubtful heading into the Week 12 game in Atlanta.

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Pettine: Incident would not bench Browns QB Manziel
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

An incident early Saturday morning involving Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel, which prompted general manager Ray Farmer to criticize him for being out so late, will not prevent Mike Pettine from playing him if needed.

"Unless something unforeseen comes up, just given what I know, it would not have an impact on any decision to play him," Pettine told the Northeast Ohio Media Group.

Barring an injury to starter Brian Hoyer, who has guided the team to a 7-4 record and playoff contention despite personal inconsistencies, such a circumstance is unlikely to occur. Pettine said he "never considered" playing Manziel at all in Week 12 in Atlanta. But the coach did address the current situation with Manziel, who allegedly struck a man who claimed to be a big Browns fans and asked for a hug.

Manziel's party is claiming that he was accosted.

"I've had a talk with Johnny, as has (Farmer)," Pettine said. "I mean, he was very upfront and notivied us immediately what had occurred. But as far as in the building, he's been a true professional, he's done everything that's been asked of him - but obviously this is something that's unfortunate."

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Browns WR Gordon feels alienated by some in organization
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

Browns All-Pro wideout Josh Gordon told friend and fellow receiver Nate Burleson in an interview for NFL Network that he has felt alienated by some in the organization since being suspended for 10 games for violating the league's drug policy.

Gordon returned to action in Week 12 to catch eight passes for 120 yards and key a critical victory in Atlanta.

"The lowest point of all this I think was the disassociation from a lot of friends you thought were close or you thought were kind of cool with really not checking on you anymore, [not] hitting you up anymore, [not] wanting to hang out," Gordon said. "As far as even people in here (with the Browns), I don't want to throw names around, but I can see it.

"I'm definitely really observant so I see how people might just be more standoffish (than) they were before. It's kind of like a disease. People they want to see it, but they don't really want to touch it."

Gordon and the Browns are at Buffalo on Sunday.

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Manziel's agent denies claim Browns QB 'sucker-punched' man
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Johnny Manziel's agent denied the account of a man who said the Browns backup QB "sucker-punched" his brother early Saturday morning in Cleveland.

The man claimed he was assaulted by Manziel's entourage and his brother was struck by Manziel during the incident. Manziel's agent, Erik Burkhardt, says it was Manziel and his roommate who were assaulted.

The incident took place near Manziel's residence at about 2:30 Saturday morning, hours before the Browns were to board their flight to Atlanta for their game against the Falcons, Cleveland.com reported. The alleged victim, Chris Gonos of Sandusky, Ohio, told police he said to Manziel "I'm the biggest Browns fan ever, I love you, I want to give you a hug," before approaching him.

He said he was "struck several times in the face" and was "then pushed and attacked" by people in Manziel's group.

"There was no entourage. Johnny and his roommate were trying to get on the apartment elevator at his home when they were accosted by a very aggressive man and his associates," Burhardt said in a statement. "It was an unfortunate situation and he immediately let (Browns general manager) Ray Farmer and the team know what happened."

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