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Jordan Cameron wants to be a Pro Bowler again with the Miami Dolphins

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The 2015 NFL Draft and free agency have come and gone, and the Miami Dolphins can be very pleased with what they have done so far this off-season.

The Dolphins have almost completely reshaped their offense, thanks to a trade for Kenny Stills, letting Mike Wallace leave for the Vikings, the drafting of talented wideout DeVante Parker and bringing in former Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron as a free agent.

And it is that man Cameron who is desperate to get out on to the field and prove that he is still the Pro Bowl caliber player he was in Cleveland a couple of years ago.

Back to Best

The tight end spoke to the Miami Dolphins official website when he revealed that he was finally playing in a team with a stable quarterback for the first time in his career and in a system that will help him get back to his best.

"I was in a similar system two years ago and it's something I thrive in, I would say," Cameron told Dolphins writer Alain Poupart. "It's a lot of stuff that they throw the ball to the tight end and you've got to be able to run and get some separation. I think it's what I do best, so I'm just looking forward."

Cameron will be hoping to forget last year, where he recorded a pitiful 424 yards from just 24 receptions as the Browns struggled with Brian Hoyer and then Johnny Manziel at the quarterback position. 

The Dolphins will be hoping he can actually get back to the form he showed when he made the 2013 Pro Bowl, where he snagged 80-catches, 900-yards and seven-touchdowns.

Exciting Times

Taking the place of Charles Clay in the Dolphins offense, Cameron gives Miami a bigger and faster weapon at the position who should be much more of a threat. The former Browns star is an ideal target for Tannehill, and helped Clay pile up 127 catches over the past two seasons, then just think of what he can do for Cameron.

“I’m trying to go to the Pro Bowl this year and that’s my goal,” Cameron said. “I wrote it down. That’s what I want to do. It’s annoying to hear all this concussion talk, injury-prone. I’m tired of hearing that stuff. I just want to get back to that form of two years ago and take it from there.”

There truly are some exciting times ahead for Miami Dolphins fans, we'll have to wait and see if they can capitalise on what should be a down year for the New England Patriots and claim that AFC East crown.


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