The Miami Dolphins have stayed quite busy this offseason. The latest move involves tight end Jordan Cameron.
This means that Cameron is still going to be a free agent following this season. Cameron’s new deal makes sense after the team recently traded for Byron Maxwell and Kiko Alonso. Mario Williams has also been brought in for a visit making them likely suitors.
Camerson had a very mediocre season in 2015 recording 35 receptions for 386 yards and three touchdowns. Adam Gase pounded the table for him telling reporters at the combine in February that the veteran tight end was in the team’s plans. It remains to be seen what else Miami will do this offseason.