Browns starting tight end Jordan Cameron worked out on the side with a trainer and did not participate in practice today.
Cameron was resting a strained groin and is listed as day-to-day, coach Rob Chudzinski said through a team spokesman.
Cameron played Saturday night in the Browns' 27-6 preseason loss to the Indianapolis Colts. He had two catches for 7 yards.
Starting outside linebacker Jabaal Sheard (knee), wide receiver Davone Bess (tendinitis in knee) and tight end Gary Barnidge (sprained AC joint in shoulder) returned to practice today as expected. All of them sat out practice last week and were sidelined Saturday against the Colts.
In addition to Cameron, kicker Brandon Bogotay (strained groin), cornerback Chris Owens (strained foot), free safety Jamoris Slaughter (pulled groin), starting defensive end Desmond Bryant (back spasms) and wide receiver Naaman Roosevelt (hamstring) worked on the side with a trainer.
Rookie outside linebacker Barkevious Mingo (bruised lung) watched practice. Running back Montario Hardesty (arthroscopic knee surgery), cornerback Trevin Wade (sprained AC joint in shoulder), running back Dion Lewis (surgically repaired fractured fibula), offensive tackle Ryan Miller (concussion) and guards Jason Pinkston (high ankle sprain) and Shawn Lauvao (high ankle sprain and arthroscopic surgery) remained out.