If there is one position on offense where the Green Bay Packers could use an influx of talent, it’s at tight end. That’s why they should take a gamble on signing former Browns tight end Jordan Cameron.
Cameron, who is on the open market after a disappointing campaign with the Cleveland Browns last season, would give the Packers a great buy low option that could pay huge dividends.
When healthy, Cameron has proven to be a playmaker and was a Pro Bowl caliber tight end just two season ago with the Browns and their always shoddy quarterback situation.
In Green Bay, Cameron would flourish. Next to Randall Cobb, Jordy Nelson and Davante Adams, Cameron would see plenty of man-to-man coverage and with Aaron Rodgers slinging him the football, the sky is the limit.
And with the market being soft for Cameron, the Packers could find themselves paying a bargain basement price for a player with high end talent.
The Packers hit a home run last offseason with the signing of Julius Peppers, so why not swing for the fences again with Cameron?