Cameron extension talks going well
Up until now Jordan Cameron hasn’t said much about his contract negotiations with the Cleveland Browns. Cameron initially rejected an offer from the team early in the offseason so one may think negotiations weren’t going well, but that’s not the case. Jordan told reporters today that talks were going well but wouldn’t put a timetable on when things could be finalized.
Cameron said talks with the club regarding a contract extension are “going well.” He reportedly rejected an offer early in the offseason and had been tight-lipped about negotiations. Monday was as optimistic as Cameron has sounded about striking a deal here.
“It’s positive, the whole process has been positive,” he said. “I’ll leave it at that. It’s ongoing and going well.” (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
The tight end was asked if an extension could materialize before the season begins.
“Always hopeful, but I’m not worried about that at all,” Cameron said. “We’ve got Washington to look forward to.”(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
After a breakout season in 2013 the Pro Bowl tight end should be in line for a big raise, likely close to Jimmy Grahams 4 year, $40 million dollar deal. The Browns should hurry though because if he’s not locked up before the season and then puts up big numbers again the money needed to resign him could be much higher.