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2012 Recap: Jordan Cameron will not be getting drafted this season based on what he did last season. I have been watching and waiting for Cameron to get his shot at starting and the opportunity is finally knocking. In 2012, he played in 14 games (6 starts) and caught 20/226/1 (11.3 YPC) on 40 targets (50% catch rate) to finish with just 2.0 FPG. Nothing to write home about, but things are about to change in the Dawg Pound.
What’s Changed: Ben Watson is gone and will allow Cameron to be the clear cut starter. Couple that with the TE friendly offenses that Chud and Norv will bring. We know the philosophy will be a downfield attack and Cameron has matchup nightmare written all over him. At 6’5 254, the former basketball player could be the next big thing at the TE position.
Outlook: With the TE position in flux and not very many good options, there are a lot of guys to take a shot on. Cameron is a guy that I will taking late in drafts, based on opportunity, physical abilities, and coaching philosophy. As long as you understand that this is risk/reward type situation, all systems should be a go.
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Scott E. Entsminger of Mansfield died on the 4th of July at the age of 55 and I’m guessing had pretty explicit instructions for his obituary. I first saw it via Adam Schefter’s Twitter, but I’m sure it’s been around the block of ever-fast-moving Internet. Regardless, I think we might all agree that it takes a special guy to add levity to his own death after passing. Here’s...
Cleveland Browns QB Brandon Weeden says the new Norv Turner offense is a perfect fit for TE Jordan Cameron.
The downfield vertical passing attack features the tight end in the middle of the field and opens up their athletic ability to make plays.
Cameron is one of the most athletic TE's in the NFL and he will create mismatches against linebackers and safeties and Turner will...
Training camp doesn’t start for almost another three weeks, so it’s the perfect time to make largely uninformed predictions about what this season will hold for the Browns. But let’s not be blindly optimistic with these forecasts. Instead, I’ll offer both a best and worst case scenario in a variety of different areas relating to the Browns season.
Amid the FBI investigating his company, Pilot Flying J for fraud, and it's huge debt to creditors, Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam says there's no chance he's selling the team.
"Absolutely not," Haslam told Tony Grossi ESPNCleveland.com. "We plan on owning the Browns for a long time.”
“Since October, we put together a completely new front...
Cleveland Browns RB Trent Richardson began his scheduled running program back home in Pensacola, FL, and barring any setbacks, looks to be ready to join his teammates on the field when training camp begins on July 24th.
The team is hoping his nagging leg injury is fully recovered as there's always possibilty they could err on the side of caution and keep him out of camp...
A spokesman for Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam says Haslam has no plans to sell the franchise despite legal troubles with the company he runs.
FBI agents say transcripts of secretly recorded calls among Pilot Flying J employees reveal a scheme to defraud trucking companies of fuel rebates, and five members of the sales staff at the nation's largest diesel retailer have...
A good-humored Ohio man who was taken from us too soon isn't getting his final, tongue-in-cheek wish granted by his beloved Cleveland Browns, but they're honoring him despite the fact he took a shot at them on his way out. After he died at the age of 55 last week, it was noted in Scott Entsminger's obituary that the lifelong Browns fans "respectfully requests six...
You’re a true fan when you include your favorite team in your obituary. Family man, musician, and avid Cleveland Browns fan Scott E. Entsminger passed recently, and remains hilarious even in death.
Within his obituary is a funny request, asking for six Browns players to serve as his pall bearers “so the Browns can let him down one last time.” Through the thick and the very...
After battling some injuries this offseason, Browns running back Trent Richardson is at home in Florida getting ready for training camp by participating in his own running program, according to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer.
Richardson has begun his running program, as scheduled, at home in Pensacola, Fla., so he’s still on track for camp. But the Browns will err...
Earlier this offseason, it appeared that Cleveland Browns
running back Trent Richardson was at risk of missing the start of training camp
due to injury. However, Mary Kay Cabot of The Plain Dealer reports Richardson
has begun his running program as scheduled, adding that the running back is “still
on track for camp.”
While this is certainly good news, Cabot believes the Browns...
Sports fans often revolve their lives around their favorite team, but one Cleveland Browns fan took the term “fanatic” a step further — he wanted his funeral to have a sports theme, also.
The late Scott E. Entsminger of Mansfield, Ohio, was a typical sports fan. A hard-working, blue-collar fellow who gave 32 years of service to General Motors. He was a lifelong Cleveland Browns...
A Cleveland Browns fan requested that six Browns players act as pallbearers for his funeral so they could “let him down one last time.” Fans of the Detroit Lions, Buffalo Bills, Arizona Cardinals and Tony Romo know the feeling…