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I was asked on "The Norris and Davis Show" on 105.7 The Fan this morning if I thought Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameronwould be back next season.
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With offensive coordinator Cam Cameron’s contract set to expire and with no extension on the table, the Ravens aren’t expected to retain his services, according to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen. Cameron is one of the highest-paid coordinators in the NFL, making a reported $2 million per season. There’s has been speculation that his relationship with quarterback [...]
Baltimore offensive coordinator Cam Cameron has been criticized for play calls, not just this season, but the last four seasons.
Now comes a report, from this tweet from ESPN’s Chris Mortensen that Cameron is not expected back next season.
It wouldn’t surprise me, but let’s get through this AFC championship game first.
The contract for Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron is up, and there has been a widespread expectation that he won’t be brought back in Baltimore. Florio heard via a league source that no decision had been made as of Tuesday night. While the Baltimore Sun thought Cameron was in trouble Wednesday, the tune has changed…
---The Baltimore Ravens coaching staff is reportedly on the proverbial hot seat after the team fell short of the Super Bowl, and offensive coordinator Cam Cameron is among the coaches who might not be back next season, according to The Baltimore Sun. A team source told the newspaper that Cameron has yet to be informed of his future with the Ravens. The source also said that the...
The last thing fans of the Baltimore Ravens need is even more bad news following another heartbreaking loss in the playoffs. If you’re a Ravens fan reading this, your most likely not going to like this. It was just announced that Ravens’ Defensive Coordinator Chuck Pagano has agreed to become the next Head Coach of the Indianapolis Colts for the 2012 season. Pagano had joined...
Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron’s future in Baltimore is uncertain at best, despite the support of players like Ray Rice. Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun reports Cameron doesn’t know his status for next year yet. But “many” offensive staff members were told they needed to get to the Super Bowl or they might be…
Come 2012, the elder statesmen of offensive coordinators in the AFC North could be Jay Gruden of the Bengals. The Browns don’t have one, though they reportedly plan to hire a coordinator in order to reduce the workload on coach Pat Shurmur. The Steelers have fired/retired/not rehired Bruce Arians. And, according to Chris Mortensen of…
He becomes fourth Ravens defensive coordinator to become head coach elsewhereWhile the Ravens still haven’t made a decision about the future of offensive coordinator Cam Cameron, they now know that they’ll need another coach to lead their defense.
PFT Live: Ravens RB Ray Rice talks about the contract situation for offensive coordinator Cam Cameron as well as his own. (NBC Sports)
A team source told the Baltimore Sun that offensive coordinator Cam Cameron has yet to be informed of his future with the Ravens.