Dolphins tight end Jordan Cameron remained out of practice on Tuesday as he deals with the concussion that kept him from playing against the Bengals last Thursday night.
It’s the fourth time that Cameron has suffered a concussion in the last four years and Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen of ESPN reported over the weekend that Cameron went to see a specialist in Pittsburgh for an evaluation of the injury. Coach Adam Gase confirmed that visit on Tuesday and said the team encouraged Cameron to seek out more information.
“I don’t think it’s alarming,” Gase said, via the Miami Herald. “I think it’s a guy that’s just trying to make sure he’s checking all his boxes and make sure things are right with him. That was something we really encouraged with him as well.”
Gase described Cameron’s condition as “day-to-day” and said that the team will do “everything we can to make sure he’s right.” The first step for Cameron will be to get out of the concussion protocol and anything else will have to remain on hold until that happens.