Cameron Fleming is coming off the lowest-graded season of his career with an overall grade of 56.5. Fleming played only 240 total snaps in 2018, which is also the lowest total of his five-year career. He did have two decent seasons with the Patriots from 2016-2017, and maybe a change of scenery and scheme could get him back on track.
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Fleming’s overall grade of 56.5 this past season ranks 72nd out of 85 qualifying offensive tackles. On 136 pass-blocking snaps, Fleming allowed nine total pressures (five hurries, two hits, two sacks). Out of three games that he started last season, he finished with an overall grade above 70.0 just once. However, the 26-year-old tackle still has a lot of time to grow, whether it be with the Cowboys’ great offensive line or elsewhere.
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