“A Lot Of Mututal Interest” Between Dolphins & TE Jordan Cameron, Browns Still An Option


Ian Rapoport reports that there is a “lot of mutual interest” between the Dolphins and free agent TE Jordan Cameron.

  • According to Rapoport, the Browns and another team are in play for Cameron right now.


Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that the Dolphins are hosting free agent TE Jordan Cameron for a visit on Tuesday.

  • Kelly mentions that the first visit usually leads to the most money for a free agent, so this situation is worth watching.


According to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, the Dolphins have “set their sights” on Browns free agent TE Jordan Cameron, who could end up replacing TE Charles Clay.

  • Salguero adds that Miami is also planning to target CB Brice McCain of the Steelers.

The Buffalo Bills brought in Clay for a visit on Tuesday and have shown a great deal of interest in him over the past few days.

On top of that, a recent report mentioned that the Bills are crafted a strong offer sheet for Clay that could make it very difficult for the Dolphins to match.

Salguero reports that Miami has no intention of overpaying for Clay.

Miami applied their transition tag to Clay on Monday, which would pay him a salary of $7.071 million for the 2015 season if he ends up signing the tender.

This move gives the Dolphins the right of first refusal. However, if Clay receives an offer from another team like the Bills and the Dolphins refuse to match it, they would not receive any compensation.

Clay, 25, caught 58 passes for 605 yards receiving and three touchdowns over the course of 14 games. Pro Football Focus has him rated as the No. 14 tight end out of 67 qualifying players.

Cameron, 26, was limited to appearing in 10 games and catching 24 passes for 424 yards receiving to go along with two touchdowns. Pro Football Focus has him rated as the No. 56 tight end out of 67 qualifying players.

We have Cameron listed as the No. 22 player in our Top 100 Free Agents list.

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