Browns TE Jordan Cameron will 'dominate' Browns passing game


Browns TE Jordan Cameron will 'dominate' Browns passing game

With the absence of Josh Gordon at practice, the Browns' next best receiving target is Jordan Cameron. According to ESPN's Adam Caplan, after visiting Browns' camp "Gordon's absence stands out like a sore thumb." Caplan believes from what he has seen at camp that the passing game will be "dominated" by Cameron. With Gordon on the field in 2013 Cameron totaled 917 yards and seven touchdowns; he received 117 targets and caught 80.

Fantasy Analysis:

Cameron is poised for a big year in a Browns' offense that is lacking receiving talent. With the absence of Gordon, the vertical game may suffer slightly. Cameron is going to possibly see tighter coverage and double-teams throughout the season. However, Cameron towers over most CB's in the league and can get separation from most LB's. There is a great possibility Cameron finishes the season in the top five amongst tight ends; a high reward for someone going off the boards in the fifth round.

ESPN's Adam Caplan

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