Jordan Cameron RUMORS & NEWS

  • Jordan Cameron speaks: ‘Everyone's counting me out -- he's done, he's retiring. No, I'm not.’

    Miami Herald "Two months after suffering his fourth concussion as a professional, Jordan Cameron is feeling just fine, thank you very much. The Dolphins tight end, who hasn’t played since Week 3, has heard the speculation that his career is over. And he doesn’t like it. “I'm not shutting the door on..." November 29

  • Jordan Cameron headed to IR; Dolphins and NFL career at risk

    Miami Herald "The Miami Dolphins are placing Jordan Cameron on the injured reserve list Saturday -- a move that signals the tight end’s season is over, his time with the team has effectively ended, and casts serious doubt about Cameron’s NFL future. Cameron has not played since suffering a concussion in the..." November 05

  • Jordan Cameron mulling NFL future after fourth concussion

    Larry Brown Sports "Concussion concerns may force another NFL player into an early retirement. According to a report by Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald on Wednesday, Miami Dolphins tight end Jordan Cameron is mulling his NFL future after suffering his fourth concussion in as many years. The 28-year-old..." October 12

  • Jordan Cameron went to see a concussion specialist

    Pro Football Talk "Dolphins tight end Jordan Cameron remained out of practice on Tuesday as he deals with the concussion that kept him from playing against the Bengals last Thursday night. It’s the fourth time that Cameron has suffered a concussion in the last four years and Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen of..." October 04

  • Jordan Cameron suffers fourth concussion in as many years

    Miami Herald "Jordan Cameron did indeed suffer a concussion in Sunday’s win over the Browns and will not play Thursday against Cincinnati, Dolphins coach Adam Gase announced Monday. That makes four concussions in as many years for Cameron -- a flashing red warning signal in the age of CTE. Cameron suffered..." September 26

  • Jordan Cameron eyes improvement during Dolphins training camp

    Miami Herald "Throughout OTAs and the early portion of training camp, Dolphins first-year coach Adam Gase has been challenging his players to improve their game. Play harder. Play faster. Play smarter. Tight end Jordan Cameron has taken the challenge to heart. Fresh off a lackluster debut season with..." August 08