The Cleveland Browns have a young, talented group of skill position players, but there is one player that stands above the rest heading in to this season. Tight end Jordan Cameron is a perfect fit in new head coach Rob Chudzinski’s offense, so he is a prime candidate for a breakout season in 2013.
Chudzinski loves to use two tight end sets, with one tight end playing the blocker role while the other is the big pass catching threat. Cameron will be the match up nightmare for teams this year.
Cameron’s numbers in Chud’s offense could rank among the top at his position at the season’s end.
Here is the Browns starting offense heading in to the 2013 season, according to the Akron Beacon-Journal:
Quarterback Weeden, running back Trent Richardson, wide receivers Gordon and Greg Little, tight ends Jordan Cameron and Kellen Davis, left tackle Joe Thomas, left guard Lauvao, center Alex Mack, right guard Greco and right tackle Mitchell Schwartz.
The Browns have talent at nearly every position and their vertical passing game could be a real threat to opposing defenses if Brandon Weeden can step up. Don’t be surprised to see the Browns become one of the league’s surprise teams this season.