In an interview with the Finsiders, Cameron states that he is annoyed with the dialogue concerning his concussions. He aims to move past his previous ailments and return to his 2013 Pro Bowl form. He also adds that he had fifteen quarterbacks during his stint in Cleveland. (Source: Miami Herald)
Fantasy Impact: For the first time in his career he will have the opportunity to work in a system in which he will not have to worry about who will be throwing him the ball. If Cameron can remain on the field he should be able to find early fantasy success in Miami as a low-end TE1.
Jordan Cameron signs a two-year deal worth $15 million. There were reports that Cameron was going back to Cleveland, but the Dolphins offered him the same contract before he left town. Done. (Source: Sun Sentinel)
Fantasy Impact: Cameron is a player that brings with him big play potential. He also brings health concerns right along with him: he has had three concussions in three seasons. He has started 31 games with the Browns. However, he only played in just 10 last season due to his third concussion. Keep in mind that the Dolphins have not pulled the transition tag from Charles Clay. It's possible that the Dolphins could end up with both Clay and Cameron which would make for a pretty dangerous tandem for OC Lazor to scheme with.
The Browns have re-signed Jordan Cameron to a 2 year / $15 million deal, reports Adam Schefter. (Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter)
Fantasy Impact: Cameron's fantasy numbers have been streaky, as he's suffered from concussion issues and inconsistent quarterback performances over the past two seasons. Cleveland has yet to decide who will be throwing to Cameron, but he should still reside in the mid-to-low TE1 discussion based on potential alone.
Jordan Cameron had a solid day for the Browns Sunday against the Ravens. He caught three passes for 41 yards on six targets.
Fantasy Impact: Cameron came on late in the season to slightly salvage a lost year. He is a free agent and it would be wise to track him in the offseason. If Cameron ends up as the starting tight end on a team with a good quarterback he could post some big numbers next season. Many Browns beat reporters believe that the team will not attempt to resign him.
Jordan Cameron made a big impact for the Browns Sunday. He caught three passes for 88 yards and scored a 81-yard touchdown.
Fantasy Impact: Cameron was having another slow game until Brian Hoyer found him with a perfect pass down the seam in the fourth quarter. Cameron showed nice speed for a tight end as he outran two linebackers to the endzone. A colossal disappointment this season in fantasy, Cameron has a chance to at least salvage the end of his season Week 17 against Baltimore.
Jordan Cameron made very little impact on the game Sunday against the Bengals. He caught his lone target for four yards.
Fantasy Impact: Cameron is in the running for fantasy bust of the year. For what it's worth, it's not all his fault. Much of that can be attributed to a concussion that knocked him out for several games. When he has been healthy, it is bewildering how criminally underused by the Browns Cameron has been. The 2013 Pro Bowl tight end has only seen 37 targets in eight games on the year.
Jordan Cameron was targeted five times and had four receptions, finishing with 41 total yards.
Fantasy Impact: We know Cameron has talent, and we know he produces with Hoyer at quarterback, but if there is a change at QB he might get a boost based on how he meshes with Manziel. This could be a risky play, so teams in fantasy playoffs might want to stick with the players who got them there.
Jordan Cameron visited a neurologist Friday and hopes he will be cleared to play Sunday. (Source: Cleveland.com)
Fantasy Impact: This would be the final step for Jordan to return to the field. He has been frustrated with his latest concussion, and ready to help his team make a playoff push, and try and finish his contract year on a high note. Cameron is owned in 33% of ESPN fantasy leagues, so if you have room he could be a great pick up. Miles Austin going down should boost his targets as well. It might be a good idea to wait a week and see how he is meshing after missing time.
Jordan Cameron was able to get in three days of limited practice this week, and is listed as questionable to suit up versus the Bills on Sunday. (Source: Cleveland.com)
Fantasy Impact: If Jordan is able to suit up, this will be the first week we would see the Browns at full strength. It appears though, that he will be out at least one more week, so expect Josh Gordon and Andrew Hawkins to see a ton of targets thrown their way.
Jordan Cameron is slowly recovering from his concussion, and could suit up as soon as this week.
Fantasy Impact: He will have to practice in full and be listed as probable before we will believe he is returning. His return should increase Hoyer’s stats, and hopefully we see the vintage Jordan we saw last year.
Jordan Cameron is making progress from his concussion and has made it back to the practice field. (Source: Cleveland.com)
Fantasy Impact: Jordan has already been ruled out for this weeks game, but it is a big step in the right direction. There were whispers of him not playing for the rest of the year, and his return today should just about silence those comments.
Jordan Cameron is still dealing with his concussion, and is questionable to return for the season.
Fantasy Impact: There have been reports of Jordan missing the rest of the season, so every team that has Jordan will want to keep their back up tight end they have already been using for half the season in the starting line up. At this point any production from Cameron will be a bonus.
Jordan Cameron has been held out all week, and it is looking like he will miss his third game in a row.
(Source: Scott Petrak on Twitter)
Fantasy Impact: This is bad news for Cameron’s fantasy owners, but not anything new. For a player who had a breakout year last season, and who is currently in a contract year, he has been a huge disappointment. He is currently owned in just over 50% of ESPN leagues. With Josh Gordon returning next week, and Andrew Hawkins getting healthy, Jordan should be able to operate more smoothly with less defensive pressure. Owners will just have to deal with the risk of him being injured.
Browns tight end Jordan Cameron is still not practicing Wednesday due to the concussion he sustained against the Raiders. (Source: Scott Petrak on Twitter)
Fantasy Impact: This is concerning as Cameron got concussed in Week 8 and this isn't his first time with the injury. Cameron has been one of the biggest fantasy busts this season and can be dropped in shallow leagues. It looks like Sunday against Houston will be the Jim Dray and Gary Barnidge show again.
Jordan has not practiced since his head injury in Sunday's game and looks less than 50% to play this weekend. (Source: www.sbnation.com)
Fantasy Impact: Cameron has had concussions in the past, and that typically makes it harder to get back into games. Hopefully we get more updates closer to Sunday. The Browns have a short week with a match up with Cincinnati next Thursday, so owners may want to hope he is ready for that game and look for a replacement this week.
He was hit hard and forced from the game in the 2nd quarter after recieving 3 catches for 40 yards.
Fantasy Impact: It was looking like a good game for him, and he was targeted 5 times in the first half. Cameron has had concussions in the past, so we will keep an eye on his status for next week. We should know his status for next week around Friday.
Jordan Cameron had 1 catch for 5 yards Sunday after being targeted six times.
Fantasy Impact: It's hard to say whether Cameron is back at full strength. Regardless, Cameron has too much upside to not start in fantasy leagues. The Browns are past their BYE week, and once Josh Gordon returns, Jordan should be more open, and hopefully be healthy and back to TE1 form.
Jordan Cameron listed as probable on the Browns official injury report.
Fantasy Impact: Cameron's ankle is a new injury, but when a player is listed as "probable", that means the team is planning on having the player take on their normal duties. Cameron is still a top dog tight end and should be in your lineup if he is on your team.
Jordan Cameron caught 3 balls on 5 targets for 103 yards while adding 1 touchdown.
Fantasy Impact: This was his first 100+ yard game of the season. The Browns stuck with the run game, but Cameron took a catch 51 yards to the house. With limited opportunities Cameron was able to take advantage. Signs are pointing up for Jordan, and hopefully he is over his shoulder injury and ready to be a TE 1.
Cameron was targeted 7 times, but only accumulated 33 yards on 3 catches.
Fantasy Impact: The targets are there, so now we wait for him to catch the ball. He recently described his latest shoulder injury as “nagging”, but he should be able to turn in TE 1 numbers. We know he is capable of big numbers, but so do opposing defenses. In the next few weeks we will keep an eye on him and see if the injury is holding him back, or if the rival defenses have figured him out.
Jordan will be playing the remainder of the season with a hurt shoulder, but it is not enought to hold him out or limit him. (Source: Cleveland.com)
Fantasy Impact: Jordan is a TE1 and when Josh Gordon returns he will see fewer targets, but the defense on Gordon will get Cameron more open looks. Keep him in your starting line up from here on out, and hope he does not aggravate his nagging injury.
Jordan Cameron will not play Sunday vs the Saints. (Source: Adam Schaffer)
Fantasy Impact: This should be no surprise. Hopefully owners grabbed a backup right after Cameron aggravated his preseason injury. The first step will be to watch for Cameron to make a return to the practice field. Let's hope he gives the injury enough rest so he can have a healthy remainder of the season.
Tony Grossi updated Jordan Cameron's status as day-to-day (Source: Tony Grossi)
Fantasy Impact: After Jordan Cameron aggravated his pre season shoulder injury, he was unaware of the severity. It is worth noting that Cameron missed multiple days the last time he hurt his shoulder, so it might be wise to have a backup plan. When Cameron is on the field he is a weekly top-5 TE.
Jordan Cameron suffered a shoulder injury during the Browns preseason scrimmage on Saturday. According to coach Mike Pettine, he banged his shoulder with another player and was removed for precautionary reasons. The injury is not believed to be serious. (Source: Cleveland.com)
Fantasy Impact: The Browns cannot afford to lose Cameron as they are already most likely going to be without Josh Gordon this season. Without Gordon, Cameron is the best option in the passing game and is in line to be a big part of the offense. This injury appears to be minor and should not affect where he is selected in fantasy drafts. Cameron is a strong TE1 option this year.
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.