"I don't know if you're ever comfortable with a second-year quarterback because they are just learning so much as they go," Cameron said after Tuesday's practice at the team's training facility in Owings Mills. "There is so much they don't know. There is a lot they know, but there is a lot that they haven't experienced, and there's no substitute for getting out there and getting the game experience. Until quarterbacks get that game experience, it's hard to play at a high level consistently because people get on to you, and they [make] you play to your weakness and then you have to get those corrected. Tyrod hasn't had that experience yet. People will realize, 'We can't let [this] guy move around.' They are going to lock him in the pocket, find out what he can do in the pocket. Then his game will continue to evolve. I'm confident if teams decide to do that, he can light you up in the pocket. I believe that. He's accurate, he's quick with it, he's smart. He just doesn't have that game experience yet."