Jordan Cameron injury update: Possible fantasy breakout season ready for takeoff

If you were under a rock this preseason and don't know about Jordan Cameron, you might find out on Sunday. - Ron Schwane-USA TODAY Sports

Jordan Cameron is ready to go against the Dolphins. We break down the fantasy implications.

Browns tight end Jordan Cameron (groin) is listed as probable to face the Dolphins this week. He practiced in full after a very minor groin pull and should see a full complement of plays as the starting tight end.

Perhaps there was no player that gained as much fantasy fame as Cameron this preseason. He had a two-TD game in Week 2 of the preseason and there are a slew of ways to spin his outlook positively. Offensive coordinator Norval Turner has almost always leaned on his tight ends and even praised his young tight end. Cameron is a converted basketball player and should be targeted in the red zone with some regularity.

Fantasy impact: It's setting up nicely for him in Week 1. Josh Gordon is not going to play for a suspension and there are really no other trusted pass catchers on the roster. The Dolphins don't have very good linebackers in pass coverage and strong safety Reshad Jones tends to come up more to stop the run. If you drafted Cameron, you're going to start him.

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