Cameron is two seasons removed from a breakout 80-917-7 season in Cleveland. So does new head coach Adam Gase provide hope for a Cameron resurgence? Perhaps. In Chicago last season, Martellus Bennett and Zach Miller combined for 87-878-8. Gase also oversaw the best of Julius Thomas in Denver, with 43-489-12 in 2014 and 65-788-12 in 2013. If Cameron can even come close to that type of production, he could re-enter the TE1 conversation.
Cameron has failed to reach 500 yards in each of the past two seasons. He’s also failed to score more than three touchdowns during that time, including in his first season in Miami in 2015. Miami was a team in flux last season with a midseason coaching change, but Cameron will still have to compete for targets. At best, it seems he will be the 3rd most targeted option behind Jarvis Landry and DeVante Parker. That leaves a small window for fantasy success.
We have Cameron projected as a low end TE2 entering 2016. In leagues with 15 or 16 roster spots, he’s going undrafted, which is justifiable. He’s still somebody to keep an eye on though in the early season.