The Cleveland Browns have now officially lost another one of their unrestricted free agents as tight end Jordan Cameron has signed a two-year contract with the Miami Dolphins.
A few hours prior to Cameron signing with Dolphins, it was widely reported that he was going to re-sign with the Browns.
Cameron, who missed six games last season because of a concussion, caught 24 passes for 424 yards and two touchdowns in 2014. Five of those catches and 149 of his total yards came in the two games against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
In 2013, Cameron, who was selected by the Browns in the fourth round of the 2011 NFL Draft out of USC, caught 80 passes for 917 and seven touchdowns. In the two games that he played against the Steelers that season, Cameron caught a total of eight passes for 102 yards.
The loss of Cameron now means that the Browns have a huge hole to fill at the tight end position. Currently, the only two tight ends that the they have on their roster are Jim Dray and Gary Barnidge, who have 94 catches combined for their careers.
While the Browns could pick up another tight end or two during free agency, the pickings at this time are very slim.
In addition to losing Cameron, the Browns have also lost defensive end/outside linebacker Jabaal Sheard, quarterback Brian Hoyer and cornerback Buster Skrine during the first few days of the new league year.