Tight end Jordan Cameron was widely expected to leave the Cleveland Browns, and reports said that he decided to stick around on a two-year, $15 million contract. However, it has since been revealed that he will sign with the Miami Dolphins.
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Cameron missed the majority of the 2014 season with a concussion after breaking out in 2013 with 80 catches for 917 receiving yards and seven touchdown catches.
After facing uncertainty at quarterback in Cleveland, Cameron will have an upgrade in Ryan Tannehill, who showed steady improvement in his third NFL season with 27 touchdown passes against 12 interceptions for a 92.8 rating.
Tight end Charles Clay will not have his transition tender removed despite the signing of Cameron. He is still eligible for a $7.017 million salary.
Bleacher Report NFL announced this shocking turn of events on Twitter.
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