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Jordan Cameron | Tight End

Team: Cleveland Browns
Age / DOB:  (26) / 8/7/1988
Ht / Wt:  6'5' / 249
College: USC
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After visiting Browns camp, ESPN's Adam Caplan believes Cleveland's passing game will be "dominated" by Jordan Cameron this season.
It makes sense with Andrew Hawkins and Miles Austin as the team's top wideouts. Josh Gordon is facing an eight-game ban in a best case scenario, per multiple reports. The Browns will play run-heavy football in 2014, but Cameron should be a target monster and either Brian Hoyer or Johnny Manziel's obvious go-to guy in the red zone. He's a steal at his current late-fifth-round ADP. Aug 15 - 1:25 PM

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Walk-year TE Jordan Cameron says extension talks are "going well."

"It's positive, the whole process has been positive," he said. "I'll leave it at that. It's ongoing and going well." Cameron would not say whether he expected a deal to be hammered out before Week 1. He is Rotoworld's No. 4 tight end.
Aug 11 - 4:29 PM

Jordan Cameron called his shoulder injury a sprained AC joint.

It's a routine injury that generally costs players practice time, but usually doesn't hold them out of in-season games. Cameron has resumed participating in 7-on-7 drills and figures to make his 2014 preseason debut next Monday night.
Aug 11 - 1:30 PM

Jordan Cameron (shoulder) returned to 7-on-7 work at practice Monday.

Cameron was sporting a red non-contact jersey, but it's confirmation his "injury" is not a real concern. The highly athletic weekly mismatch will be the focal point of the Browns' passing game while Josh Gordon serves his suspension.
Aug 11 - 10:41 AM

Jordan Cameron (shoulder) is inactive for Saturday night's preseason game against the Lions.

Cameron could have played if this were a regular season game, but the Browns will hold him out as precaution. Travis Benjamin (knee) and Nate Burleson (hamstring) are also inactive for Cleveland's preseason opener.
Aug 9 - 6:45 PM

Jordan Cameron will miss Saturday's preseason opener against the Lions with a shoulder injury.

Coach Mike Pettine has already said Cameron would likely play were it the regular season, so it's not a major concern. Now 26, Cameron had durability issues his first two NFL seasons, but missed only one contest in his breakout 2013.
Aug 7 - 4:19 PM

Jordan Cameron is unlikely to play in Saturday's preseason opener due to a shoulder injury.

Cameron has an issue with the AC joint in his shoulder. He's day-to-day. Coach Mike Pettine said Cameron would likely play if it was the regular season, so it's not a long-term concern. Cameron is one of the "Big Four" at tight end in fantasy, along with Jimmy Graham, Rob Gronkowski, and Julius Thomas.
Aug 4 - 12:16 PM

After digesting the first week of camp, ESPN Cleveland says Jordan Cameron "is going to have a bigger year than last season."

If Josh Gordon's suspension stands, Cameron will be the only pass-catcher on the Browns that truly threatens a defense. It's not far-fetched at all to think he can make a leap on last year's 81-917-7 line, and it doesn't matter too much who wins the quarterback battle. In Brian Hoyer's two full games last year, Cameron averaged eight catches for 78.5 yards and scored four touchdowns.
Jul 31 - 8:37 AM

ESPN Cleveland says the Browns' "sorry situation at wideout" makes Jordan Cameron "a No. 1 read" in the passing game.

With Josh Gordon facing a 16-game ban, it's a no-brainer conclusion. Cameron trailed only Gordon in targets, receptions, touchdowns and 20-plus yard catches last season, establishing himself as weekly mismatch at 6'5/245. Even in what's expected to be a run-heavy attack, Cameron brings plenty of upside as the focal point of a passing game that "features" Andrew Hawkins and Miles Austin as its top wide receivers.
Jul 21 - 9:45 AM

Contract-year TE Jordan Cameron changed his Twitter bio on Wednesday to "Pro Bowl pass catcher for the Browns."

Cameron claims he thought "no one would notice," but they did. Cameron is utilized like Jimmy Graham, lining up most often in the slot and outside. An independent arbitrator ruled Wednesday that Graham is indeed a tight end -- not a wide receiver -- and his lower franchise tag number will stick. Barring a successful appeal by the NFLPA, Cameron may face the same situation in 2015.
Jul 2 - 9:44 PM

The Browns' official site says Jordan Cameron was "impossible to cover" during offseason practices.

Cameron reportedly showed "improved footwork and explosion in the open field" as he comes off a breakout 80-917-7 line. Losing the ridiculously tight end-friendly Rob Chudzinski/Norv Turner scheme hurts, but there's plenty of reason to believe Cameron can at least repeat his top-5 fantasy finish at tight end. New OC Kyle Shanahan has coaxed career years out of Owen Daniels, Chris Cooley, Fred Davis and Jordan Reed, Cameron will be a target hog thanks to Josh Gordon's suspension and he's entering a walk year.
Jun 30 - 8:57 AM

The Cleveland Plain Dealer predicts Jordan Cameron will "drive a hard bargain" in forthcoming extension talks with the Browns.

Cameron recently hired super agent Tom Condon and is coming off a monster statistical year, where he caught 80 balls for 917 yards and seven TDs. He'll be the focal point of Cleveland's passing attack this season. ESPN Cleveland is on record as predicting Cameron will be franchise tagged in 2015. Cameron, often used out wide and in the slot, should be monitoring Jimmy Graham's situation.
Jun 29 - 2:08 PM

ESPN Cleveland predicts the Browns will use the franchise tag on contract-year TE Jordan Cameron in 2015.

The Browns want to extend Cameron, but he's a prime candidate to be franchised if a deal isn't worked out. Cameron is coming off a breakout 80/917/7 line, and is set up for an even bigger role with Josh Gordon facing an indefinite suspension. 25-year-old Cameron could be seeking top-five tight end money. He would cost roughly $7 million in 2015 if tagged.
Jun 14 - 9:49 PM

ESPN Cleveland predicts Jordan Cameron will lead the Browns in receptions, receiving yards, and touchdowns in 2014.

With Josh Gordon facing a yearlong suspension, Cameron is viewed as the main beneficiary. Cameron set career-highs across the board last season with his 80-917-7 receiving line but could be in for an even bigger season in his contract year. With the Browns expected to be run-oriented, defenses will play one safety near the line of scrimmage, allowing Cameron to run the seams against linebackers and single-high safeties. He's going to gobble up targets as the No. 1 option in the passing game. Cameron is Rotoworld's No. 5 tight end.
Jun 3 - 9:42 AM

Jordan Cameron has fired his agent.

It's notable because the Browns had been working on an extension for Cameron, who is set to make just $645,000 as he enters the final season of his rookie contract. Firing agent Michael Hoffman suggests talks were not going as smoothly as the player wanted. Cameron produced far more last season than Jared Cook did in any of his four seasons prior to landing a five-year, $35.11 million deal (with $19 million guaranteed) from the Rams 14 months ago.
May 7 - 8:54 AM

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PosRoleName
QB1Brian Hoyer
2Johnny Manziel
3Rex Grossman
4Connor Shaw
RB1Ben Tate
2Terrance West
3Dion Lewis
4Edwin Baker
5Isaiah Crowell
GLB1Ben Tate
2Terrance West
3RB1Ben Tate
2Terrance West
FB1MarQueis Gray
2Chris Ogbonnaya
3Ray Agnew
WR11Miles Austin
2Nate Burleson
3Charles Johnson
4Jonathan Krause
5Taylor Gabriel
WR21Andrew Hawkins
2Anthony Armstrong
3Travis Benjamin
4Willie Snead
5Marlon Moore
WR31Nate Burleson
TE1Jordan Cameron
2Jim Dray
3Gary Barnidge
4Emmanuel Ogbuehi
5Martell Webb
K1Billy Cundiff