Gase said "the wide out and the tight end group we feel great about."
Well, Cameron is the starting tight end. And Dion Sims is the backup tight end. And that is the core of the tight end group.
Later during his presser, Gase mentioned that the new coaching staff has studied Cameron and he "fits" what the team is going to try to do on offense in 2016.
"Obviously the tight end position is something we've made a living on in this offense over the past three years," Gase said. "So both those guys (including Sims) I really see a great fit as far as what we do."
Cameron is a candidate for a bounceback season after disappointing in his first year in Miami. New HC Adam Gase utilized his tight ends heavily while running the offenses in Chicago and Denver.