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Bengals Bites (3/13) - Jordan Cameron The Brown er Dolphin

The Browns lost their guy, got their guy then lost their guy on Thursday as Jordan Cameron yo-yoed across the country. The Eagles are creating an interesting backfield.

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Jordan Cameron heads back to the Browns | ProFootballTalk
Tight end Jordan Cameron either didn't like what he heard from the Dolphins or didn't feel like waiting to see if the team struck a deal with Charles Clay because he's headed back to Cleveland.

No wait....

Dolphins land Jordan Cameron | ProFootballTalk
Jordan Cameron is joining the Dolphins. Cameron has reached a deal with Miami, PFT's Mike Florio confirmed Thursday night. Charles Robinson of Yahoo! Sports first reported the Dolphins had signed Cameron, who was one of the better free agents left on the market.

Eagles Sign Ryan Mathews Anyway, Chip Kelly Remains Fascinating
Chip Kelly and the Eagles are having the strangest, most entertaining offseason in recent memory. Trading LeSean McCoy, agreeing with--then losing--Frank Gore, agreeing with Ryan Mathews before signing DeMarco Murray, and now, reportedly...signing Mathews anyway? Really? Huh.

Michael Johnson schedules visit with Vikings | ProFootballTalk
Before the Buccaneers released defensive end Michael Johnson, we got word that the Bengals would be interested in a reunion with their former player. They may need to outbid the guy who ran the defense when Johnson was in Cincinnati to make that reunion happen.

Nick Fairley moves on to visit with Rams | ProFootballTalk
The Bengals got the first meeting with defensive tackle Nick Fairley after free agency opened, but it won't be the last one that Fairley takes. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Fairley is now headed for a visit with the Rams.

NFL pleased with verdict in Super Bowl seat case | ProFootballTalk
Both sides are declaring victory in the Super Bowl seat lawsuit, which generated a verdict on Thursday of $76,000 for seven plaintiffs. "This is nothing short of a blowout," attorney for the plaintiffs Michael Avenatti said, via Reuters.