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BEREA, Ohio (AP) - Cleveland Browns Pro Bowl tight end Jordan Cameron and starting linebacker Barkevious Mingo both returned to practice yesterday after missing last week with shoulder injuries. Cameron and Mingo sat out Sunday's home win over New Orleans. Browns coach Mike Pettine says he doesn't know if they will play this week against Baltimore.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Talks between the Columbus Blue Jackets and restricted free agent center Ryan Johansen are at an impasse. Johansen's agent says the young star left Columbus yesterday. Training camp starts today. The club says Johansen refused offers of $6 million for two years, $32 million for six and $46 million over eight years.