Cameron (concussion) announced his retirement Friday, NFL.com reports. A fourth-round pick in the 2011 draft, Cameron emerged in a big way during the 2013 season, catching 80 passes for 917 yards and seven touchdowns for an otherwise unremarkable Cleveland team. He's subsequently been hampered by a series of concussions, which arguably impacted his play even when he was healthy. Cameron acknowledged as much in his retirement statement, saying he had started thinking about the concussions while on the field. He'll wisely put his long-term health above the possibility of squeezing out a few more seasons, hanging up his cleats at the age of 28. The Dolphins have already moved on, acquiring pass-catching tight end Julius Thomas in a February trade with the Jaguars.
The Dolphins are moving on from Cameron (concussion) this offseason, the Miami Herald reports. Cameron, an unrestricted free agent, appeared in just three games for the Dolphins this past season due to concussion issues and is known to be considering retirement. Should he continue his career, it doesn't look like he'll do it in Miami.
Cameron (concussion) has considered retirement but wants to play again som, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports. Cameron was placed on injured reserve over the weekend in the wake of his continued absence since a Week 3 concussion, which marked his fourth in four years. Although he wants to continue his career going forward, Cameron's history of concussions could impact the level of interest he garners in free agency this upcoming offseason.
Cameron (concussion) was placed on the injured reserve list Saturday, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports. Cameron, who suffered his fourth concussion in the past four years during a Week 3 win over the Browns, will be sidelined for the remainder of the 2016 season. The former fourth-round pick's time in Miami appears to be over as he sits in the final year of his contract, while he may consider retirement in order to preserve long-term health. MarQueis Gray and Dominique Jones will serve as the primary options at tight end in the meantime.
Cameron (concussion) has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Jets, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports. Cameron's fifth straight absence due to his latest concussion coincides with Dion Sims (concussion) being ruled of Sunday's contest as well, leaving MarQueis Gray and Dominique Jones as the Dolphins' lone options at tight end.
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