Miami Dolphins' Show and Prove: Jordan Cameron

The Miami Dolphins have a lot to prove. It’s been six seasons since this organization last made the playoffs.

In addition to the team, there also are individual players who have a lot to prove. This week I examine the top “Show and Prove” candidates for this season.

Next up is Miami's new tight end.

Show and Prove: Tight end Jordan Cameron

Experience: Four seasons

2014 stats: 24 receptions, 424 yards, two touchdowns

What he has to prove: Cameron, first and foremost, must prove he can stay healthy and has moved past his concussions. Cameron suffered multiple concussions last season that limited him to 10 games. The Dolphins need him in the lineup to fill in for former starter Charles Clay, who bolted to the Buffalo Bills in free agency. Cameron has the physical tools to replace Clay. He proved in Cleveland that he can stretch the field and averaged 17.7 yards per reception last season. Cameron also had a Pro Bowl year in 2013 with 80 receptions for 917 yards and seven touchdowns. He can be a good target for quarterback Ryan Tannehill this season.