Despite plenty of speculation and assertions that the Cleveland Browns would lose tight end Jordan Cameron in free agency this offseason, the Browns are bringing him back into the fold on a two-year contract.
Here's Ian Rapoport of NFL Network with the news:
Jordan Cameron done w/ Cleveland, 2 yrs $15M, source says #Browns
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 12, 2015
Cameron was reportedly in Miami as late as this afternoon working on a potential deal with the Miami Dolphins. However, the Browns swooped in and gave Cameron the money he was looking for, as the Dolphins now turn their attentions to attempting to re-sign tight end Charles Clay.
Beseiged by injuries in 2014, Cameron appeared in just 10 games for Cleveland, totaling just 24 receptions (on 48 targets) for 424 yards and two touchdowns. However, the Browns are banking on Cameron returning to the form of his breakout 2013 campaign, when he posted career highs in receptions (80), receiving yards (917), and receiving touchdowns (7).
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