Coach Joe Philbin said he "really like(s) the ways (Jordan Cameron) has fit into the offense so far."
The Dolphins scored touchdowns on just 51.5 percent of their red zone visits last season.
The Miami Herald considers the 2016 portion of Jordan Cameron's two-year contract with the Dolphins a "mirage."
According to ESPN Cleveland, Jordan Cameron was "frustrated with the (Browns') instability at quarterback and constant change in offensive direction."
Dolphins signed TE Jordan Cameron, formerly of the Browns, to a two-year contract worth $15 million.
Yahoo Sports' Charles Robinson reports free agent Jordan Cameron will actually sign with the Dolphins.
Browns re-signed TE Jordan Cameron to a two-year, $15 million contract.
Free agent Jordan Cameron is visiting the Dolphins, and the sides have a "lot of mutual interest."
Free agent Jordan Cameron is expected to visit with the Dolphins.
Yahoo's Rand Getlin reports the Jaguars view free agent Jordan Cameron as a fallback option if they can't land Julius Thomas.
Coach Mike Pettine said at the Combine the Browns are open to re-signing free agent Jordan Cameron, but only at "the right price."
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported in October that the Seahawks tried to acquire Jordan Cameron from the Browns in exchange for Percy Harvin.
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports impending free agent Jordan Cameron is "not interested" in re-signing with the Browns.
ESPN Cleveland's Tony Grossi puts the Browns' odds of re-signing free agent Jordan Cameron at one percent.