Jordan Cameron Will Visit Miami Dolphins on Wednesday
Last year, the Miami Dolphins relied mainly on Charles Clay to handle their snaps at tight-end. However, with Clay’s impending signing with the Buffalo Bills, the Dolphins have begun their search for a new tight-end.
According to reports, the Miami Dolphins are preparing to host tight-end Jordan Cameron on a visit Wednesday. Jordan Cameron has spent the last four seasons with the Cleveland Browns.
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Last year was a little disappointing for Cameron, who had a very impressive season in 2013. In 2013, Cameron recorded 80 receptions for a total of 917 yards, including seven touchdowns. That season-long performance led Cameron to being named to the Pro Bowl. However, after being sidelined for six games due to a shoulder injury and a concussion, Cameron only managed to catch 24 passes for a total of 424 yards and only two touchdowns.
Cameron has made it clear that he is looking to sign a multi-year deal with a team that can prove to have a stable offense. The only issue that arises with signing Jordan Cameron, 26, is the fact that he has suffered three concussions throughout the past three seasons. This will most likely cause deals to have a lower guaranteed amount of money, making the chances of a massive contract fairly slim.
Currently, Charles Clay is visiting with the Buffalo Bills. They are prepared to offer Clay a lucrative multi-year deal. The Dolphins will have a chance to match the Bills’ offer, but only until seven days past the date it was offered. However, the team isn’t expected to match it and will continue their search for a tight-end during free agency.
If the Bills add Clay without Miami matching their offer, the Dolphins will receive $7 million in cap space back.
The Dolphins have stated that they would love to have Clay back for more years to come, however, they are only willing to do that at the right price.
In addition to tight-ends, Miami is also actively searching for cornerbacks, safeties and offensive guards throughout the free agency. The team has been making a lot of cuts and releases, giving them a lot of cap room to work with.
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