The Miami Dolphins moved on from Charles Clay as their starting tight end this season and brought in Jordan Cameron during free agency. Cameron showed great potential with the Cleveland Browns but was also unable to stay healthy throughout his first four seasons in the NFL.
He's finally ridded himself of injuries this season, but he hasn't lived up to expectations after signing a two-year, $15 million deal in Miami.
He's caught just 26 passes for 306 yards and two touchdowns in 12 games -- with 10 of those receptions coming in the first three games. Since then, he's caught 16 passes in 9 games and hasn't seen the ball thrown his way much.
Cameron admitted that his role with the Dolphins hasn't been what he expected it to be, and not in a good way.
“My role is a little different than I thought it was going to be,” Cameron said via the Palm Beach Post. “The first two games, I was catching the ball more and they kind of had it evolve after that and they started to get the run game a little more involved. So my role evolved, too.”