Browns Free Agency: Jordan Cameron Staying or Going?


The Cleveland Browns season is over. We will spend a good amount of time reviewing the season but we will spend even more time preparing for the off-season. Browns free agency seems destined to be an interesting one. The Browns spent a little bit of money last year with anticipating of building through the draft for long term success. The 2014 was expected to be another down year with high expectations towards the future.

Instead the 2014 started off strong and ended with a thud. Now the Browns are full of salary cap space, GM Ray Farmer and Head Coach Mike Pettine will need to evaluate their own top free agents to determine if they are going to offer them new contracts or let them walk. The question becomes: Do you trust the known of our own free agents or more excited by the unknown of bringing in a new guy to fill that role? All of the players we will address played an important role for the Browns this season and will likely have to be replaced.

Here are the players we have already addressed that will be free agents for the Browns at the end of this season:

Ahtyba Rubin      Buster Skrine


Jordan Cameron



Free Agency Status

Unrestricted Free Agent (UFA)


10 Games Played/ 9 Started; 48 Targets, 24 Receptions, 424 yards, 2 Touchdowns

2014 Free Agent Signing Comparison Contract

Scott Chandler – Bills 2 year, $4.75 million, $1.2 million Signing Bonus

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TE Jordan Cameron made the Pro Bowl during the 2013 season with 80 receptions for 917 yards and seven touchdowns, but in 2014 he missed five games with a concussion and another game with a sprained AC joint in his right shoulder. The injuries might dissuade the Browns’ from committing to him long term, and this free agency season has plenty of talent at the tightend position. The Browns’ could look to keep Cameron with a short term deal that is packed with plenty of incentives to see if he can shake the injury bug.

Cameron will be GOING, the Browns’ will likely be dissuade by the concussions from 2013 and 2014 an look to free agency and the draft to address the position.

Do you think Jordan Cameron will be with the Cleveland Browns next year?