Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron returned to practice Friday for the first time since he sustained a concussion Dec. 15 against the Chicago Bears.
However, Cameron only practiced on a limited basis.
"(He) moved around, ran around well," coach Rob Chudzinksi said. "He looked pretty good."
Cameron will not be cleared to play Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers until he gets approval from an independent neurologist. He is listed as questionable.
"It's very important (to play)," Cameron said. "I play football and I'm on this team. If I'm healthy I'm going to play."
Cameron, along with wide receiver Josh Gordon, is a big part of the Browns' receiving offense. Cameron has 75 catches for 848 yards with seven touchdowns.
Also, guard Jason Pinkston (concussion) and defensive tackle Phil Taylor (concussion) have been rule out, and cornerback Joe Haden (hip) and guards John Greco (knee) and Shawn Lauvao (thigh bruise) are questionable for Sunday's game.
Haden did not practice all week, and Lauvao missed the last two days. Greco was limited all week.
"Well, the next guy has to step up," Chudzinski said of the possibility of not having Haden available. "We've practiced that way all week long. Actually practiced that way for two weeks in that regard. We'll expect whoever gets the opportunity to answer the bell."