Jordan Cameron is joining the Dolphins.
Cameron has reached a deal with Miami, PFT’s Mike Florio confirmed Thursday night. Charles Robinson of Yahoo! Sports first reported the Dolphins had signed Cameron, who was one of the better free agents left on the market.
Earlier Thursday, multiple reports indicated Cameron had an agreement to go back to the Browns, with whom he had spent his first four NFL seasons.
In the end, though, the Dolphins closed the deal for Cameron, who caught 80 passes two seasons ago but was hampered by injuries in 2014, and he has suffered three concussions since December 2012.
The Dolphins’ deal with Cameron throws Charles Clay’s future in Miami into some doubt. The Dolphins used the transition tag on Clay, but it’s unlikely they would pay two tight ends major money.
UPDATE 9:23 p.m. ET: The Dolphins have announced the signing of Cameron. Furthermore, a source tells Florio that the Dolphins will keep the transition tag on Clay.