Jordan Cameron, Tight End
The absence of Charles Clay last season led Miami to pick up what it thought was a better, more economical option at tight end, Jordan Cameron. What was also absent was any inkling of rapport between the two.
Cameron and Tannehill couldn’t get on the same page, which further plagued the sputtering offense. Despite Cameron racking up 947 receiving yards and seven touchdowns in 2013, the rest of his career has been forgetful. His 35 receptions in 2015 was the second-highest mark of his career.
There are enough weapons in Miami’s offense that Cameron won’t have to reach 947 yards to make an impact, but he’s going to need some more production to be anything more than an afterthought.
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