Jordan Cameron was supposed to be a major part of Cleveland's future, but then the 2014 season happened.
Cameron was severely limited by injuries, catching just 24 passes for 424 yards after hauling in 80 for 917 yards (and seven TDs) the season before. Repeated issues with concussions raised doubts about his long-term future, and the Browns have been extremely quiet on the topic of re-signing him.
ESPN's Tony Grossi wasn't very subtle about hinting he doesn't expect Cameron to return, and we've heard similar rumblings from those around the Browns' front office. Cameron's big 2013 will likely net him some substantial offers in free agency despite any injury red flags, but the Browns just aren't willing to roll the dice when they have so many other question marks already on the roster.
Cleveland will have three other TEs to work with even if Jordan departs - Jim Dray, Andre Smith and Gary Barnidge are there, but none of those three have showed evidence that they can be an every-down starter in the NFL. Cleveland could look to draft a tight end in the middle rounds, and several mocks have them picking up Florida State's Nick O'Leary as a Cameron replacement.