Jordan Cameron
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After talking about the need to get Cameron involved in the offense he caught one pass for zero yards. He also had a dropped touchdown as he was well defended by rookie LB Shaq Thompson on a well placed deep ball. (Source: Omar Kelly via Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Cameron has been getting used as a move TE while Dion Sims is used as the conventional TE. Neither TE has been getting very much usage in the passing game so far but it's still early and Cameron is expected to be a key part of the offense but Sims' blocking may give him significant playing time at Cameron's expense.

The NY Times | Aug 31st
Boom or bust playmaker has suffered from concussions three straight seasons.
RotoBaller | Aug 30th
Injury is the only concern for his production.
Breaking Football | Aug 30th
Injury risks aside, he's the top TE in Miami now and could easily have a huge year
Fantasy Football Maniax | Aug 30th
If Cameron can stay healthy, he has TE1 talent. Concussions derailed his 2014 season and he will be a risky fantasy option in 2015 with that health history.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 29th
Ryan Tannehill likes to throw to his TE and if Cameron can stay healthy he will be a red-zone target. He is a TE you can target in touchdown only leagues. Expect 500 plus yards but upwards of 8 TDs.
WalterFootball | Aug 28th
Cameron has had some red flag health issues, but his ability is well documented. He now heads to the Dolphins who have a better quarterback than Cleveland and who also like to use their tight ends. Charles Clay saw plenty of work as a Dolphin, but was injured most of last season. Look for Cameron to put up good numbers if he can stay on the field.
RotoBaller | Aug 26th
BALLER MOVE: Target in Rounds 7-8 Current ADP: 89 STD, 89 PPR ANALYSIS: Last year, Jordan Cameron fell short of the expectations bestowed on him during the preseason, which means that he can be considered an underachiever with high potential to rebound this year. The Miami Dolphins made a big splash this offseason, signing Ndamukong Suh,... Read More
RotoBaller | Aug 18th
You know what can save your fantasy team? Getting an extra receiver. How do you get an extra receiver? Killing your tight end pick. Time for a new case for another sleeper. Jordan Cameron broke the hearts of fantasy owners about halfway through the season when it became abundantly clear that he was going to fall short of the expectations... Read More