The Third-year Wide Receiver Was Enjoying An Outstanding Season In 2013

Published: 2023-08-16
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The Third-year Wide Receiver Was Enjoying An Outstanding Season In 2013

Cleveland Browns receiver Jordan Cameron says it's the Mut 24 coins attention of opposing defenses rather problems with quarterback Jason Campbell that has slowed his speed in recent weeks according to the May Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

"I must get things moving faster and I have to figure out a way to get open to the process," said Cameron. "I have to work to join the team and do more. I need to take on the role of a player and do all I can to help this team. That's what I'm trying to accomplish.''

The third-year wide receiver was enjoying an outstanding season in 2013. however his production has started to diminish significantly over the past two weeks. New starting quarterback Jason Campbell targeting Cameron just 18 times over the course of the past three games. Cameron, who had 45 catches for 515 yards and six touchdowns in the first seven games of this season, has managed just seven catches for 33 yards in the two games that he has played.

Cameron, who had been emerging as a big-play threat for the offensively-challenged Browns this season, says that defenses are rolling coverage his way and are now limiting his effectiveness downfield. Cameron says it's his duty to work harder and beat the coverage and he's not concerned about chemistry with the starting quarterback.

"I don't believe it's Jason at all Cameron said. Cameron stated. "They're getting you stuck at the line and then there's someone hitting you at the 2nd level, so it's more difficult chemistry with the route. The timing may be a bit off.''

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The Denver Broncos may be without safety Rahim Moore for the remainder of the season as the defensive back who was in his third season underwent emergency surgery on Monday after he was diagnosed with the condition known as lateral compartment syndrome. The syndrome affects his left lower leg, according to Joan Niesen and Mike Klis of The Denver Post.

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Moore 23-year-old Moore left the madden 24 coins for sale team's game on Sunday night over Moore, 23. was forced to leave the team's victory over Kansas City Chiefs with a leg injury that was described as "serious," although specifics and a schedule were not available at the time of the game. This past Tuesday The Denver Post broke down the specifics of what lateral compartment syndrome means:

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