If having your quarterback go into rehab and your power structure in complete disarray wasn't bad enough for Cleveland Browns fans, then their day is about to get a whole lot worse.
Star tight end Jordan Cameron has apparently made it known to the team officials that he has absolutely no intention of re-signing with the Browns this off-season and will be leaving as a free agent.
According to CBS Sports writer Jason La Canfora, the circus that the Browns have become is too much for him to take and he will be making an exit out of Ohio as quickly as possible.
"Jordan Cameron, a talented-but-injury-prone tight end who is also a free agent, is not interested in returning to Cleveland either," La Canfora wrote earlier today in a longer piece where he discussed how much the side is in disarray.
During the 2014 season, Cameron ended up catching 24 passes for 424 yards and two touchdowns. Two years ago in 2013, Cameron caught 80 passes for 917 yards and seven touchdowns.
Another player that will not be with the Browns next season either will be current starting quarterback Brian Hoyer. Hoyer is also a pending free agent like Cameron and the team have absolutely no plans to re-sign him.
That leaves the Browns with just two options at the quarterback position. A currently in rehab Johnny Manziel and the undrafted Connor Shaw, who to be fair to him actually looked a much better prospect than Manziel in the limited game time the two received.
Turmoil in Ohio
But Shaw shouldn't be too excited about potentially becoming the Browns starting signal caller though. As we reported earlier, one of the main reasons that offensive co-ordinator Kyle Shanahan decided to leave Cleveland was because of the meddling of GM Ray Farmer and owner Jimmy Haslam, who both demanded that Manziel be made the starter as soon as possible.
As part of TextGate scandal that the Browns are embroiled in, it was revealed that the general manager Farmer had been sending text messages from him and the owner Haslam to the offensive coaches telling them what plays to run. Neither of the men have ever coached at any level of football.
In fact, Haslam was today described as being like Jerry Jones but with no football knowledge whatsoever. I feel so bad for Browns fans right now. After a season that showed some positivity with seven wins, things are right back to their worst.