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Cameron Fleming





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2017 Season


Cameron Fleming was drafted by the New England Patriots in the 4th round (140th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft.

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Cameron Fleming was signed by the New England Patriots to  the 53-man roster from the practice squad on Oct. 17, 2015 ... Originally drafted by New England in the fourth round (140th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft ... Released by New England (9/6/15) ... Signed to the New England practice squad (9/8/15).


2017 (12/6, 2/1)

  • Was inactive for the season opener vs. Kansas City (9/7).
  • Contributed on the offensive line in short-yardage situations when T Nate Solder reported as eligible receiver, while also playing on special teams in the victory at New Orleans (9/17).
  • Made the start at left tackle when T Nate Solder moved to tight end as part of a multiple tight end package for the opening play of the game in the victory vs. Houston (9/24). Also contributed on special teams.
  • Contributed on special teams vs. Carolina (10/1).
  • Played one snap at tight end in a jumbo formation while also contributing on special teams in the win at Tampa Bay (10/5).
  • Was inactive during the win at N.Y. Jets (10/15), for the victory vs. Atlanta (10/22) and in the win vs. L.A. Chargers (10/29).
  • Saw limited snaps at left tackle when subbing for Nate Solder on the final offensive drive while also contributing on special teams in the win at Denver (11/12).
  • Rotated in at tackle throughout the victory at Oakland (11/19) in Mexico City’s Estadio Azteca.
  • Replaced the injured LaAdrian Waddle at right tackle in the fourth quarter of the victory vs. Miami (11/26).
  • Made his second start of the season and first at right tackle during the victory at Buffalo (12/3).
  • Started at right tackle in place of the injured Marcus Cannon at Miami (12/11), in the win at Pittsburgh (12/17), in the win vs. Buffalo (12/24) and in the win vs. N.Y. Jets (12/31).
  • Appeared at right tackle after LaAdrian Waddle exited the game due to injury early in the third quarter of the Divisional round victory vs. Tennessee (1/13).
  • Started at right tackle in the AFC Championship vs. Jacksonville (1/21) and in Super Bowl LII vs. Philadelphia (2/4).

2016 (16/5, 3/0)

  • Appeared in all 16 regular-season games with five starts - three at tackle-eligible tight end, one at left tackle and one at right tackle. Used on special teams and as an extra lineman as a tackle-eligible tight end on short yardage plays. 
  • Appeared in all three postseason contests as a reserve.
  • Started at left tackle in the season-opening win at Arizona (9/11) for an injured Nate Solder, his second career start at left tackle.
  • Started at right tackle in the win at Cleveland (10/9) for an injured Marcus Cannon.
  • Contributed as a tackle-eligible tight end in the victory over Atlanta in Super Bowl LI (2/5).

2015 (12/7, 1/0)

  • Played in 12 regular-season games with seven starts after starting the season on the practice squad. Was added to the 53-man roster after several injuries along the offensive line. Made four starts at right tackle, two at left tackle and one at tackle-eligible tight end.
  • Was active but did not play in the Divisional Playoff vs. Kansas City (1/16) and appeared as a reserve in the AFC Championship Game at Denver (1/24).
  • Made his first career start at right tackle and played every offensive snap in the win vs. N.Y. Jets (10/25).
  • Started at right tackle and was moved to left tackle following an injury to Sebastian Vollmer in the win vs. Washington (11/8). Despite injuries and changes to the rotation, the Patriots rushed for 161 yards and did not allow a sack in the game.
  • Made his first career start at left tackle in the win at N.Y. Giants (11/15).
  • Saw action at tackle-eligible tight end and at left tackle after injuries to both Sebastian Vollmer and LaAdrian Waddle at N.Y. Jets (12/27).
  • Started at left tackle, playing every offensive snap at Miami (1/3).

2014 (7/2, 2/0)

  • Played on special teams and as a tackle-eligible tight end in the Super Bowl XLIX win vs. Seattle (2/1/15).
  • Contributed as a tackle-eligible tight end in the AFC Championship win vs. Indianapolis (1/18/15), helping pave the way for the team to rush for 177 yards and three touchdowns.
  • Inactive in the AFC Divisional win vs. Baltimore (1/10/15).
  • Returned from injury and rotated in at guard at N.Y. Jets (12/21) and vs. Buffalo (12/28).
  • Inactive vs. Detroit (11/23), at Green Bay (11/30), at San Diego (12/7) and vs. Miami (12/14) due to injury.
  • Returned after missing five games due to injury to play a significant role as a sixth offensive lineman in the win at Indianapolis (11/16), helping pave the way for 246 rushing yards.
  • Inactive vs. Cincinnati (10/5), at Buffalo (10/12), vs. N.Y. Jets (10/16), vs. Chicago (10/26) and vs. Denver (11/2) due to injury.
  • Made his first career start at right guard at Kansas City (9/29).
  • Used as a tackle-eligible tight end in the win vs. Oakland (9/21).
  • Made his first NFL start as a tackle-eligible tight end in the win at Minnesota (9/14).
  • Played in his first career game at Miami (9/7) and was used as a tackle-eligible tight end throughout the game.


  • Started all 39 games that he appeared in for Stanford.
  • Finished his career by posting 272 key blocks/knockdowns and 30 touchdown-resulting blocks.


  • Fleming majored in aeronautics and astro nautics at Stanford. At 6'5", he is an inch too tall to be an astronaut, so he decided to put his efforts into becoming a professional football player.
  • "I can't be an astronaut, I'm too tall," said Fleming. "I'm actually an inch too tall. But if I was going to go down that route I would have given it my all. Now I’m going down the NFL route and playing with the Patriots and I’m just going to give it my all."


  • The 2009 Texas Super Team first-team and Texas Prep Insider second-team choice was also a two-time unanimous first-team Texas 15-5A all-district selection.
  • Helped lead Cypress Creek to a pair of 15-5A district championships and also lettered in basketball.
  • Born Cameron Jarrod Fleming on Sept. 3, 1992, in Fort Hood, Texas.
  • Son of Karen and Kem Fleming.
  • Majored in aeronautics and astronautics at Stanford.


Career Stats


Recent Games

17NYJW 26-6
16BUFW 37-16
15@PITW 27-24
14@MIAL 20-27
13@BUFW 23-3
12MIAW 35-17
11@OAKW 33-8
10@DENW 41-16
8LACW 21-13
7ATLW 23-7
6@NYJW 24-17
5@TBW 19-14
4CARL 30-33
3HOUW 36-33
2@NOW 36-20
1KCL 27-42


TOTAL 47110000000-0


wkgame dateoppresultggs
108/10/2017JAXL 31-2411
208/19/2017@HOUL 23-2711
308/25/2017@DETW 30-2811
408/31/2017NYGL 40-3800

regular season

wkgame dateoppresultggs
109/07/2017KCL 42-2700
209/17/2017@NOW 36-2010
309/24/2017HOUW 33-3611
410/01/2017CARL 33-3010
510/05/2017@TBW 19-1410
610/15/2017@NYJW 24-1700
710/22/2017ATLW 7-2300
810/29/2017LACW 13-2100
1011/12/2017@DENW 41-1610
1111/19/2017@OAKW 33-810
1211/26/2017MIAW 17-3510
1312/03/2017@BUFW 23-311
1412/11/2017@MIAL 20-2711
1512/17/2017@PITW 27-2411
1612/24/2017BUFW 16-3711
1712/31/2017NYJW 6-2611


wkgame dateoppresultggs
1901/13/2018TENW 14-3510
2001/21/2018JAXW 20-2411
2202/04/2018PHIL 41-3311
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