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Jordan Cameron signs with the Miami Dolphins

No. Yes. No. Yes.

In a bizarre twist, the Miami Dolphins and tight end Jordan Cameron have agreed to a contract, per a source. He is Miami's new starting tight end.

UPDATE: The Dolphins have confirmed a two-year deal is signed.

Reports earlier today from multiple national media platforms had Cameron going back to Cleveland on a two-year, $15 million deal.

Well, not exactly.

The Dolphins are getting Cameron instead.

UPDATE: Multiple reports have Cameron getting a two-year deal for $15 million. It will be interesting to see the structure but I'm certain the cap number is not more than $6 million the first year.

Cameron, 26, has suffered three concussions the past two years. He underwent a physical with the Dolphins so one assumes he passed and the team is comfortable with his situation.

The addition of Jordan Cameron assumes the Dolphins are done with Charles Clay. That, however, is only an assumption.

As Cameron's back-and-forth earlier this evening proves, assume nothing until we see the numbers on the contract.

Clay spent three days in Buffalo and did not get the much-expected offer sheet from the Bills everyone has been awaiting. Clay is still a target for the Bills.

The Dolphins have not pulled their $7 million transition tender on Clay. He is still tied to them, as well.