Former Pro Bowl tight end Jordan Cameron signed a two-year contract worth $15 million Thursday with the Miami Dolphins, ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter reports.
Signing Cameron gives the Dolphins a possible replacement for Charles Clay, who they gave a transition tag last week, but he has since been courted by the Buffalo Bills.
Cameron missed five games last year with the Cleveland Browns because of a concussion, his third in three seasons. He made the Pro Bowl in 2013, when he had 80 catches for 917 yards and seven touchdowns.
Cleveland made an offer to Cameron, who expressed his desire to stay with the team at the end of last season. But he reached a deal with the Dolphins after visiting them Thursday.
Cameron had 130 career catches in four seasons with the Browns, who selected the former college basketball player in the fourth round in 2011.
Dolphins’ general manager Dennis Hickey praised Cameron on Thursday.
“He is a young, proven Pro Bowl performer,” Hickey said, “with playmaking ability that will positively impact our team.”