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Report: Miami Dolphins almost landed arguably NFL’s best tight end in a trade

The Miami Dolphins signed Jordan Cameron and let Charles Clay walk this offseason. Those were both pretty big moves at the tight end position, but this would have been even bigger. Interested to learn the #Dolphins finished 2nd to the #Seahawks in the Jimmy Graham trade. MIA was aggressive in trying to upgrade at TE. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 24, 2015 Wow. AROUND COVER32...
Via cover32
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Will Jordan Cameron’s contract be legal in the future?

Jordan Cameron’s path to Miami sure was interesting, wasn’t it? It would seem that Cameron’s agents pulled a fast one on some national reporters and helped solidify the Browns look of dysfunction in “leaking” a fictitious agreement with the Browns. In short order, the Dolphins were reported to have matched the two-years and $15 million that Cameron had “agreed to” with...
Via Waiting For Next Year
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Film review of Jordan Cameron - what is he bringing to the Dolphins?

The Miami Dolphins signed tight end Jordan Cameron this week in free agency. Widely known as a tall, lanky pass-catching tight end with excellent speed, the knock on him is that he has had multiple concussions in recent seasons, which make him a risk to suffer more concussions and potentially miss playing time. The Dolphins did not risk a ton of money for him, as $5 million for...
Via PhinManiacs
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Cameron's agents used media to get Dolphins contract

The agents for tight end Jordan Cameron appear to have pulled a clever maneuver in order to get the deal they were seeking for their client. Cameron on Thursday signed a two-year deal with the Miami Dolphins for $15 million despite also being in contract talks with the Cleveland Browns. What transpired during the evening...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
16 days ago  |  Discuss

How did Jordan Cameron end up with the Miami Dolphins?

So, how did Jordan Cameron end up on the Dolphins, again? Early yesterday, it seemed as if everybody was reporting that the young tight end was headed back to Cleveland; suddenly, he was in Miami. Apparently, Cameron was actually able to use his “deal” with Cleveland as a leveraging point over social media. After the #Dolphins saw the report on TE Jordan Cameron’s deal with...
Via cover32
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Complete recap of Jordan Cameron's introductory press conference

The newest member of the Miami Dolphins, tight end Jordan Cameron, was introduced to the South Florida media on Friday morning. General Manager Dennis Hickey kicked things off by saying that Cameron is a quality player who has been to the Pro Bowl who brings big play making ability and someone who can create mismatches all over the field. Hickey noted that they like to bring in...
Via PhinManiacs
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Dolphins sign Jordan Cameron after media reports he signed with Browns

This first couple of days of this years free agency have been bonkers. We’ve had trades galore, drama in Philly, retirements and releases upon releases upon releases. Now (if you believe the media reports), we also have a team that has flipped a verbal commitment. Normally, when someone’s verbal commitment is flipped we are talking about a high school senior who decides to go...
Via This Given Sunday
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Jordan Cameron reportedly signs with Dolphins

Whether it was a premature report from some of the league’s biggest insiders or cold feet from Jordan Cameron remains to be seen, but the tight end has reportedly decided to sign with the Miami Dolphins instead of re-signing with the Cleveland Browns. And now the Dolphins have announced they signed former Browns TE Jordan Cameron. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 13...
Via Sportsnaut
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Jordan Cameron Re-signs with the Browns

The second-place prize in the battle for tight ends in free agency has a new home. Jordan Cameron has reportedly re-signed with the Cleveland Browns on a two-year, $15 million contract.  Cameron is a low-risk high-reward type signing that will at least create some stability for the Browns passing game in 2015. The former fourth-round pick has had his fair share of injuries since...
Via Sportsnaut
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Packers Should Sign TE Jordan Cameron

If there is one position on offense where the Green Bay Packers could use an influx of talent, it’s at tight end. That’s why they should take a gamble on signing former Browns tight end Jordan Cameron. Cameron, who is on the open market after a disappointing campaign with the Cleveland Browns last season, would give the Packers a great buy low option that could pay huge dividends...
Via The Packers Guru
20 days ago  |  Discuss

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