In the wake of an injury that starting tight end Jordan Cameron suffered in the season opener, the Cleveland Browns brought in tight end Kellen Davis for a workout on Tuesday, a league source told Yahoo Sports.
Though the team hasn't provided specifics on the severity of Cameron’s shoulder injury, he is thought to have aggravated his AC joint, which he initially sprained during training camp. Cameron missed 10 days of practice due to that injury.
Last season, Davis played in 15 games for the Seattle Seahawks in a No. 3 tight end role. He finished with three receptions for 32 yards and a Super Bowl ring. Before the New York Giants cut him in August, he spent the previous five seasons with the Chicago Bears, who drafted him in the fifth round in 2008. In Chicago, Davis started 30 games between 2011-2012, where he grabbed 37 passes for 435 yards and seven touchdowns.
Cameron suffered the shoulder injury in the first quarter on Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers, eventually leaving the game for good in the third quarter.
In the Week 1 loss, secondary Browns tight ends Jim Dray and Gary Barnidge combined for three catches and 43 yards.