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Jordon Cameron - TE (Browns) (1 Viewer)


Seems to be a lot of hype/potential around this guy. Thoughts? Projections?

Perhaps more than any returning player, the basketball player-turned-tight end (Jordan Cameron) stands to benefit from the change in coaches and offensive systems. Head coach Rob Chudzinski, a former college tight end and Browns tight ends coach, and coordinator Norv Turner, intend to develop Cameron into the next tight end to make plays, not just catches.

Analysis: With Ben Watson lost in free agency, Cameron's opportunity is now. Kellen Winslow, Antonio Gates and Greg Olsen have all seen success under Chudzinski. "This is an offense that has featured tight ends and tight ends have always been a big part of it," Chudzinski said of Cameron. "He has the skill set that fits." He'll be a sleeper pick this summer with TE1 upside.
Coach Rob Chudzinski confirmed that Jordan Cameron "fits" his scheme's needs at the tight end position.

Analysis: The Cameron hype train is barreling downhill and no one can stop it. "This is an offense that has featured tight ends and tight ends have always been a big part of it," Chudzinski said. "He has the skill set that fits." Chud's fingerprints are all over the career years of Kellen Winslow Jr., Antonio Gates and Greg Olsen. Offensive coordinator Norv Turner has guided the likes of Jay Novacek, Vernon Davis and Gates. And tight ends coach Jon Embree worked with Tony Gonzalez, Chris Cooley and Fred Davis. Cameron, the clear-cut No. 1 tight end, has a monster opportunity in front of him.
NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah considers Browns TE Jordan Cameron a "perfect fit" for Norv Turner's offense, and a "fantasy sleeper pick" for 2013.

Analysis: The Browns must agree with Jeremiah's assessment, as they didn't draft a single tight end, paving the way for Cameron to start in his third NFL season. Both Turner and head coach Rob Chudzinski have a history of getting the most out of their tight ends, making the 6-foot-5, 254-pound and sure-handed Cameron a legitimate TE1 possibility.
I haven't ever really been on board the Cameron hype train, but there's no doubt that he has opportunity and an ideal set of coaches this year. Not only does he have Chud and Turner but an excellent position coach in Jon Embree.

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(TheHuddle)The Cleveland Browns plan to throw a lot to TE Jordan Cameron this season. Cameron has been targeted on several deep passes during organized team activities.

Analysis: The Browns have only had one TE post 50 or more catches since Kellen Winslow Jr.'s 82-grab season in 2007, and Cameron -- who hauled in 20 passes for 226 yards and a a TD in 2012 -- will take aim at the mark this season.

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