When the Dolphins opted to sign Jordan Cameron in free agency in 2015 and let Charles Clay walk, I found that to be a great idea. When Jordan refused to take a bigger pay cut to remain with the Dolphins this past off-season, I would have let him go.
It’s looking like the Dolphins should as well. The Dolphins say Cameron’s drops are not a concern but they should be because they could potentially cost the team points. Cameron is counting $8 million against the salary cap this year.
Like Dion Sims, Cameron will remain on the roster because there are no better options to replace him. The Dolphins are hoping Cameron steps up in the regular season and Cameron should hope so too.