Originally written on Down and Distance  |  Last updated 11/20/14
A move that sparked “change” in Baltimore in early December resulted in the Ravens hoisting the Lombardi Trophy in February. The losing piece in the move they made, will be getting a bit of the glory himself. Cam Cameron will indeed be getting a ring from the Ravens (Kenneth K. Lam/MCT/ABACAUSA.COM) Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said on Wednesday that former offensive coordinator Cam Cameron will be receiving a Championship Ring for his work with the Ravens this season. “In my mind, he is definitely going to get a ring. He deserves a ring,” Harbaugh told Sports Illustrated. Cameron was fired on December 10th, and the Ravens offense started to click. In the eyes of Ravens fans, the move was a building block to success. In the eyes of Cameron, the move was brilliant. It was a risky, yet well-calculated move by John Harbaugh, who sent one of his good friends packing just in time for his team to make a playoff run. It refocused the team, and led them to the promised land where they sent Ray Lewis out on top. Cameron’s offense was one of the best in the NFL early on in the season, but swindled to a screeching halt at the midway point, relying on an injured defense to carry the weight. After his firing, things clicked for the team and they put their foot on the gas, Flacco leading the way, tying an NFL best 11-0 touchdown/interception ratio in the playoffs under newly appointed offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell. The firing was the fire under the rear end of the team, and it was the right move – but Cameron helped build the base of the team, and he’s deserving of a ring as well – a good gesture from his good friend, John Harbaugh.   Follow us on Twitter @DownandDistance Down and Distance Editor-in-Chief – Justin Arbogast @NFLGuy_SK The post Cam Cameron to receive Ravens’ Super Bowl Ring appeared first on DOWN & DISTANCE.

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