Despite the merry-go-round of quarterback woes the Browns have faced this season, the team’s two top pass catchers are pacing towards franchise record setting seasons.
No Browns receiver in the franchise’s storied history has ever hauled in a 100 balls in a season, yet with Brandon Weeden and Brian Hoyer playing quarterback Jordan Cameron is on pace for 101 with his 38 catches through 6 games. The current record holders for receptions in a season are two other tight ends, Ozzie Newsome and Kellen Winslow. Newsome, now the architect of two Super Bowl champion teams in Baltimore, snagged 89 balls in 1983 and then matched the feet once again in 1984 on his way to first team All-Pro honors. Winslow caught his 89 in 2006 which he followed up in 2007, The Season of Dreams, with another 82 grabs. [Read more...]