5 Best Cleveland Browns fourth round draft picks since 1999
By Joseph Cantz
3. Jordan Cameron, TE, 2011-2014
Jordan Cameron, one of the top performers of his class in the 2011 draft, was selected by the Browns in the fourth round out of USC. He was very raw with tempting physical traits that, if put together with a lot of technique refinement, could have made him an absolute monster.
He was a decent tight end for the Browns but didn’t tie it all together until 2013, the season he earned his lone Pro Bowl nod. That season, he paced tight ends for yards and was second on the Browns in yards and targets behind former Brown Josh Gordon.
Unfortunately, that was the best his career ever got, as he began struggling with concussion problems in 2014. He only started 9 games that year before departing to Miami.
His first season as a Dolphin wasn’t much more than just okay before he started dealing with concussion issues again. His final year in the league saw him log only three starts, eight receptions, and 60 yards.
He retired following that season after suffering 4 concussions during his NFL career. When he was healthy, he was fun to watch and a reliable receiving threat for the Browns. Unfortunately, fans never got to see Cameron reach his Pro Bowl level again.