It happens once in a lifetime if you're lucky. The last time it happened in Cleveland, it was because there was a coach named Sam Rutigliano who sent one of his scouts down to Alabama to check out a guy named Newsome. He instructed his scout that is this guy has a big butt and he can play on the line, you bring him back. The rest is history, if you were around to witness the Great Ozzie Newsome played with the Cleveland Browns you know the story. If not, I'm sorry you missed it.

The same greatness has graced the Browns playing field again this season, only this time the team may have found a guy even better than the Wizard of Oz. Jordan Cameron is quickly living up to the same standards of the history making tight end Ozzie Newsome.

As a matter of fact, Cameron has passed Newsome for the most catches by a Cleveland tight end in the history of the Cleveland Browns for the first four games. Cameron is a huge guy standing 6 foot 5 inches tall and weighing in at 245lbs. He is fast and he is able to make great catches.

Cameron is one of the reasons the Cleveland Browns are standing at 2-2 currently. Cameron looked good enough to the team's new coaching staff to let all the other tight ends walk. He already has caught 30 passes for 360 yards and scored 5 receiving touchdowns.

This guy is a difference maker and a game changer. He is going to have a tremendous career if he stays healthy.  He has a set of great hands and he shows the confidence needed to play tight end the way the great ones do it in the NFL. The best part about this guy is he is a member of the Cleveland Browns and I for one can't wait to see how good he is going to be in his next game.

While there is a lot of talk about the Browns receivers dropping passes it is good to know the Cleveland quarterback has a guy like Jordan Cameron to throw to. He is one exciting football player and I have a feeling he is going to continue to impress.

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