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Dolphins are concerned about Jordan Cameron’s long-term prospects

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When the Dolphins signed tight end Jordan Cameron in 2015, both sides were aware of his history of concussions. That history now mars the present and future of his NFL career.

Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports that the Dolphins are concerned that Cameron could miss an extended period of time after his fourth concussion in four years.

Cameron suffered his most recent concussion on September 25, against the Browns. He hasn’t played since then.

He played and started all 16 games a year ago, catching 35 passes for 386 yards and three scores.

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6 Responses to “Dolphins are concerned about Jordan Cameron’s long-term prospects”
  1. sod61 says: Oct 12, 2016 10:04 PM

    Cut him and move on. We are gonna be in a full scale rebuild after this year. Ross needs to fire the entire front office and coaching staff and bring a GM in who can put his own team and coach in place instead of firing one and forcing one on another. That being said, nothing Ross has done in the past leads me to believe he will ever put a winning organization together.

  2. sewalters79 says: Oct 12, 2016 10:11 PM

    You got the pension, hang it up, Sport

  3. tjacks7 says: Oct 12, 2016 11:36 PM

    I thought this guys career was over when he left the Browns. Sad to see him continuously sustain concussions. He should hang them up before his brain is permanently damaged, assuming it isn’t already, and enjoy the rest of his life.

  4. deenchaz says: Oct 13, 2016 8:39 AM

    Next man up
    I don’t think he will be missed
    His numbers and drops are proof of that

  5. revren10 says: Oct 13, 2016 8:50 AM

    Patriots have top two TE in the AFC East, along with the best two QB’s

  6. finfansince68 says: Oct 13, 2016 2:06 PM

    I honestly think his concussions while in Cleveland affected
    his ability to play in Miami – it seemed like he had trouble
    concentrating on the ball, even in camp before the start of the 2015 season, probably nothing more than just him worrying about one good knock to the head & he’d be done for – that alone would throw off anybody’s concentration.
    Bottom line is he was broken before he ever came to Miami
    and should never have been signed. A concussion is hard enough to come back from once or twice – but when a player has a history of multiple concussions , unfortunately ALL teams should pass on these players.

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