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90-in-90 Breaking Down the Miami Dolphins Roster: Jordan Cameron

Breaking down the Miami Dolphins' 90-man roster over 90 days. Today, we look at tight end Jordan Cameron.

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We bring back our annual look at the Miami Dolphins' roster heading into training camp, a series we call 90-in-90. Over the next 90 days (or a few more as roster changes happen), we will take a look at each individual player on the roster, review what they did in 2014 either in the NFL or in college, then take a look at how they might progress or regress this season, and the chances that player will make the roster.


2014 Review:

Cameron played in 10 games and recorded 24 receptions, 424 receiving yards, and 2 touchdowns. Cameron's best year was 2013 when he was voted to the Pro Bowl.

Why he might progress:

Cameron finally has a star quarterback throwing to him. If  Ryan Tannehill is able to develop a chemistry with Cameron, like he did with Charles Clay, I would look for Cameron to have a pro bowl type of season.

Why he might regress:

Cameron is a HUGE injury risk. In three seasons, he has had three concussions. That is a major red flag.

Chances he makes the 53-man roster:

Cameron will be the Dolphins starting tight end at the beginning of the 2015 season unless he is dealing with another concussion or some other injury. But how many more concussions can a player take?

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