ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported early in May that Burleson fractured his left arm again in minicamp and would need minor surgery. But Burleson denied that he had a broken arm earlier this week, saying the injury was "reported at lot worse than it is."
will have the cast removed from his surgically-repaired arm and is expected to be ready for training camp. The Browns need Burleson to be healthy and ready to contribute with Josh Gordon facing a season-long suspension and few other proven options at the position. With five 50-plus catch seasons during his career, including three in a row from 2009-2011, Burleson should be a prominent target for whoever winds up under center for Cleveland this season.
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