In terms of football, the switch to a new team hasn’t presented that much of a challenge for TE Jordan Cameron because he said the Dolphins offense has similarities to what Cleveland ran two years ago.
It’s exactly what Cameron had said after he signed with the Dolphins in the early days of free agency.
“I was in a similar system two years ago and it’s something I thrive in, I would say,” Cameron said. “It’s a lot of stuff that they throw the ball to the tight end and you’ve got to be able to run and get some separation. I think it’s what I do best, so I’m just looking forward. It’s one of those things that kind of tailors to my game and I think it’s going to be a positive, good year."
Miami is a better landing spot than Cleveland. After finishing #5 in 2013, Cameron only posted 2.4 catches per game last season and finished #24 in standard formats. His targets dropped from 7.9 to 4.8 per game, which didn't make much sense since the Browns were without Josh Gordon for most of the season. He should see an increase in targets since the Dolphins gave Charles Clay 6.0 T/G in 2014 and 6.2 T/G over the last two years. Clay finished #13 in PPR PPG, and Cameron is an upgrade as a receiver. He’s a real threat to finish in the top 10 if he stays healthy. (Concussions are a concern.)