Joel Corry of CBS Sports looked at 30 players in the NFL who are headed for contract crossroads, whether it be because they are entering the final year of their contract, or other issues (i.e. age, bonuses, etc). The only member of the Cleveland Browns on the list was TE Jordan Cameron, which is actually a good sign, because it means the Browns won't have to worry about locking up too many other players next offseason.
DBN's Jon Stinchcomb already discussed a little bit about Cameron's situation with the Jimmy Graham ruling, but here's what Corry, a former agent, had to say about Cameron:
Jordan Cameron, TE, Browns: The Browns would like to sign Cameron, who had a breakout 2013 season with 80 catches and 917 receiving yards, to a contract extension. His price tag, which is probably already north of the maximum value of Jared Cook's deal ($38.1 million for five years with $19 million guaranteed), will only go up if Cameron assumes a bigger role in the passing game because of Josh Gordon's indefinite suspension.