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Tight Ends

Dec 28, 2014; Baltimore, MD, USA; Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron (84) runs with the ball in the first quarter against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

Two years ago Jordan Cameron was one of the elite tight-ends in the NFL, now he is a concussion away from missing the season. Don’t tell him that though as he takes offense to the subject. When healthy Cameron is elite. He has the body type to play hard on the line and quick enough to get off the line and into his routes. The Dolphins will need to get him into the seam routes where he can do the most damage. By mid-year opposing defenses should be covering Cameron with both a linebacker and safety.

The biggest beneficiary to Cameron’s arrival is Ryan Tannehill. Tannehill had a good TE in Charles Clay but Clay made his money on the outside and not the seam. Cameron has very good vision and even better hands and can run the outside swing routes and the middle seam routes. He can line up inside off the tackle, in the slot, and has lined up wide as well. It gives the Dolphins more options. In addition Cameron should be more of a red-zone threat than Clay as well. The question is can he avoid the concussion history that has plagued him since last season?