TE Jordan Cameron enters his third NFL season playing for HC Rob Chudzinski and OC Norv Turner that has worked with a pair of future Hall-of-Fame tight ends who are converted basketball players – just like he is.
“It’s awesome,” Cameron said as the Browns concluded their first minicamp Thursday. “Obviously, (Chudzinski) knows the importance of the tight end . . . He knows the little things, the little nuances of the position. His hands are everywhere. He’s coaching up everyone. He definitely knows what he’s doing. He’s proven.”
Chudzinski was asked Tuesday if Cameron has the makings of a “top” tight end.
“Well he’s not ready right now, we are working through that with him,” the coach said. “He is learning the offense obviously. This is an offense that has featured tight ends, and tight ends have always been a big part of it. He has the skill set that fits and he has had a good couple days.
“It’s a learning process right now and he has to keep progressing, but we feel good about him and where he is at.”
Cameron makes sense as a breakout candidate, but the signing of David Nelson is worrisome. He's a big WR who could play some "move" TE too.