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Jordan Cameron | Tight End | #84

Team: Miami Dolphins
Age / DOB:  (28) / 8/7/1988
Ht / Wt:  6'5' / 265
College: USC
Drafted: 2011 / Rd. 4 (102) / CLE
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Jordan Cameron caught 5-of-7 targets for 49 yards and a touchdown in Miami's Week 2 loss to the Patriots.
One of Cameron's missed connections was his weekly brutal drop. The touchdown was just his fourth as a Dolphin, while the yards were his most since last Week 2. There's little reason to believe Cameron will take any momentum into Week 3 against the Browns. Sep 18 - 5:31 PM

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Dolphins TE Jordan Cameron (thigh) is listed as questionable for Week 2.

Despite the questionable tag, Cameron practiced in full Friday. He’s a low-end TE2 for Sunday’s Patriots matchup.
Sep 16 - 6:30 PM

Dolphins TE Jordan Cameron said he is not worried about targets.

"I mean, the system dictates obviously your catches and your touches and your targets," Cameron said. "So if my role is to get more targets, that’s my role and I’ll embrace it. And if not, I’ve always been a team-first guy." Cameron did not make any noise in the preseason, and he saw just three targets Week 1. It is unlikely he develops into a big part of the offense. He is not worth using in any league.
Sep 15 - 11:04 AM

Jordan Cameron caught 2-of-3 targets for six yards in Miami's Week 1 loss to Seattle.

Cameron continued to be an afterthought after a non-descript preseason. He's behind Jarvis Landry, DeVante Parker, Kenny Stills, and Leonte Carroo for targets.
Sep 11 - 8:49 PM

Jordan Cameron said he's not concerned about all of his dropped passes this summer.

Frankly, Cameron hasn't seemed to be too concerned about anything since arriving in Miami, aside from collecting a massive paycheck. "I've just got to catch the ball," Cameron said. "It's football. It's not my first one, it won’t be my last one. Maybe it's a funk, but I don’t think about it as much as I think everyone else does. It's not a concern for me." Cameron's 50-percent catch rate last season was laughably bad. He's off the fantasy radar until further notice.
Aug 26 - 10:08 AM

Jordan Cameron caught 1-of-4 targets for six yards in the Dolphins' third preseason game against the Falcons on Thursday.

Cameron dropped two of the four passes that came his way. Coach Adam Gase even tried to scheme him a touchdown from inside the five-yard line by lining Cameron up by himself on the right side and sending four receivers to the left. Tannehill's pass ended up hitting Cameron in the face mask. According to Dolphins beat reporters, Cameron's summer has been brutal and filled with dropped passes at practice. Dion Sims deserves a longer look. Cameron is legitimately stealing money in Miami, collecting $6 million this season.
Aug 25 - 9:52 PM

Ryan Tannehill said Sunday that he wants Jordan Cameron to "get rolling."

In other words, Cameron hasn't been "rolling" to this point. The Palm Beach Post says Cameron has been "struggling with drops and inconsistency," and "it seems he needs to regain some confidence." Cameron failed to top 35 yards in any game after Week 2 last season. He's entirely off the radar as a fantasy pick.
Aug 21 - 8:07 PM

Jordan Cameron was held to one catch for five yards in Saturday’s preseason game.

It was a bad game from Cameron, who had an end-zone drop in the first half. Cameron has upside in Adam Gase’s offense, but isn’t more than a TE2.
Aug 20 - 8:09 AM

Dolphins coach Adam Gase said TE Jordan Cameron is going through "growing pains."

Despite a great opportunity in an offense which has traditionally favored tight ends, Cameron has had an extremely quiet camp. Gase's comments suggest issues with the playbook or scheme could be to blame. Coming off a disappointing first season in Miami, Cameron is nothing more than a flier in deep leagues.
Aug 16 - 11:16 AM

The Miami Herald's Armando Salguero said he has yet to see an expanded role for TE Jordan Cameron in camp.

The story all offseason has been Cameron would be more involved in new coach Adam Gase's offense, but that narrative has apparently yet to play out in camp. Coming off an extremely disappointing 35/386/3 campaign during his first year in Miami, Cameron is nothing more than a thoughts-and-prayers flier.
Aug 2 - 12:04 PM

The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins' front office has told Jordan Cameron he must "do a better job fighting for balls in the air."

Cameron didn't fight for much of anything last season, limping to a 35/386/3 line. To his credit, he's acknowledged the down campaign. Now he'll be playing for Adam Gase, a coach who has made a habit of coaxing big years out of tight ends. Cameron could rebound to fringe TE1 status if everything goes perfectly this season, though we prefer to approach him as a late-round TE2.
Jul 29 - 12:26 AM

Jordan Cameron said he was willing to accept a pay cut because he spoke to Julius Thomas, who told him he "HAS" to play for new coach Adam Gase.

Cameron would've been cut had he not agreed to slash $1.5 million off his salary, which now stands at $6 million. A humbled Cameron also admitted he "didn't do much to deserve a raise" his first year in Miami. Thomas was a TD-scoring machine in Gase's Broncos offense, which also made productive use of Martellus Bennett (when healthy) and journeyman Zach Miller last year in Chicago. Cameron is a sneaky bounce-back candidate who should be able to outproduce his late-round ADP. This is a contract year for Cameron.
Jun 2 - 1:44 PM

The new Dolphins coaching staff believes TE Jordan Cameron was not used properly last season.

This could explain why Cameron was retained with only a modest pay reduction despite falling square on his face last season. Cameron hauled in just 50 percent of his targets his first year in Miami, and he did not have more than 35 yards in any game after Week 2. New coach Adam Gase has a strong history with tight ends and will hope to put Cameron's career back on the right track. After being dramatically over-drafted last season, Cameron could be something of a post-hype fantasy sleeper this year.
Apr 21 - 10:28 PM

Dolphins coach Adam Gase said the tight end position has been "one of the strengths" of his offense.

Gase had success with Julius Thomas in Denver before getting solid production out of Martellus Bennett and Zach Miller in Chicago last season. Jordan Cameron is atop the tight end depth chart in Miami, and Gase is "interested" in working with him. "I’m interested to see what we can do with him, what his strengths are," Gase said. "I need to see him live. I need to experiment, need to flex him out and see what he’s comfortable doing, what routes he likes to do. That’s going to be a learning experience for our coaching staff." Gase will try to turn Cameron around after a disappointing first season in Miami. If it does not work out with Cameron, Dion Sims will be an interesting name to watch.
Mar 22 - 11:38 AM

Dolphins TE Jordan Cameron agreed to reduce his base salary from $7.5 million to $6 million.

Cameron was scheduled to count $9.5 million against the cap before the adjustment. It is a surprisingly small pay cut after Cameron was almost nonexistent his first year in Miami. The 27-year-old will look to rehab his value under offensive guru Adam Gase before hitting free agency next offseason.
Mar 8 - 9:05 AM

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PosRoleName
QB1Ryan Tannehill
2Matt Moore
RB1Arian Foster
2Jay Ajayi
3Isaiah Pead
4Damien Williams
5Kenyan Drake
GLB1Arian Foster
2Jay Ajayi
3RB1Arian Foster
2Jay Ajayi
WR11Jarvis Landry
2Leonte Carroo
3Jakeem Grant
WR21Kenny Stills
2DeVante Parker
3Justin Hunter
WR31DeVante Parker
TE1Jordan Cameron
2Dion Sims
3MarQueis Gray
LT1Branden Albert
2Dallas Thomas
LG1Laremy Tunsil
2Kraig Urbik
C1Mike Pouncey
2Anthony Steen
RG1Jermon Bushrod
2Billy Turner
RT1Ja'Wuan James
K1Andrew Franks