Jordan Cameron is Miami's new starting tight end, and that may not seem like a huge deal. Cameron, with a concussion history and having missed 6 games in 2014, caught only 24 passes last year. But while Cameron carries some injury risk, there's considerable upside with the tight end.

Cameron is an athletic guy with a lot of downfield receiving potential. Among tight ends who caught at least 20 passes a year ago, Cameron's 17.7 yards per reception was No. 1 in the league.

Note that in this regard Cameron is a lot better than Miami's previous tight end, Charles Clay. Clay last season was down at 10.4 yards per reception, worse than 28 other tight ends.

Yards per reception for tight ends last season are shown in the table below.

Jordan CameronCLE2442417.72
Luke WillsonSEA2236216.53
Coby FleenerIND5177415.28
Delanie WalkerTEN6389014.14
Rob GronkowskiNWE82112413.712
Dwayne AllenIND2939513.68
Niles PaulWAS3950713.01
Travis KelceKAN6786212.95
Jared CookSTL5263412.23
Zach ErtzPHI5870212.13
Greg OlsenCAR84100812.06
Antonio GatesSDG6982111.912
Dion SimsMIA2428411.82
Heath MillerPIT6676111.53
Julius ThomasDEN4348911.412
Richard RodgersGNB2022511.32
Chase FordMIN2325811.21
Andrew QuarlessGNB2932311.13
Clay HarborJAX2628911.11
Jason WittenDAL6470311.05
Owen DanielsBAL4852711.04
Rhett EllisonMIN1920810.91
Jeff CumberlandNYJ2324710.73
Scott ChandlerBUF4749710.63
John CarlsonARI3335010.61
Brent CelekPHI3234010.61
Jimmy GrahamNOR8588910.510
Austin Seferian-JenkinsTAM2122110.52
Charles ClayMIA5860510.43
Martellus BennettCHI9091610.26
Tim WrightNWE2625910.06
Larry DonnellNYG636239.96
Eric EbronDET252489.91
Lance KendricksSTL272599.65
Kyle RudolphMIN242319.62
Vernon DavisSFO262459.42
Jordan ReedWAS504659.30
Mychal RiveraOAK585349.24
Jace AmaroNYJ383459.12
Anthony FasanoKAN252269.04
Brandon MyersTAM221908.60
Levine ToiloloATL312387.72
Jermaine GreshamCIN624607.45
Ben WatsonNOR201366.82

--Andy Richardson