Cameron, a second-year player out of USC, was an integral part of the Cleveland offense, catching five passes for 45 yards. He gained only 33 yards on six receptions all of last season. Quarterback Brandon Weeden targeted Cameron seven times Sunday.
According to Tom Reed of the Plain Dealer, Cameron figured to be a key component of the Browns offense during the week's practice, and his performance as Cleveland's leading receiver of Week 3 will help him moving forward.
"It felt good to get out there and play and see some live action," Cameron said. "This helps my confidence a lot. This is the first game I really had an impact on."
Jordan Cameron and the Cleveland Browns look to rebound quickly from their 0-3 start as they face the division rival Baltimore Ravens Thursday night.