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---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 team might be making moves in the next few weeks.
---NFL owners may have learned their lesson. Their own pool of coaching candidates is just fine and they don’t have to go fishing down in college football and risk winding up with an expensive dud.
---As Marcell Dareus proved, Nick Saban's system paves the way for a smooth transition into the NFL.
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The Baltimore Ravens have decided to retain Cam Cameron as their offensive coordinator for 2012. The AFC North powerhouse promoted linebackers coach Dean Pees to defensive coordinator as well.
Cameron has been Baltimores offensive coordinator since 2008, and the club ranked in the top 10 in rushing yards per game in three of those four campaigns. Ray Rice will continue...
Some news from the enemy today as it was announced a short time ago that the Baltimore Ravens have promoted linebackers coach Dean Pees to defensive coordinator to replace Chuck Pagano, who was named the Indianapolis Colts head coach earlier this week. Pees has coached the Ravens linebackers for the last two seasons after spending six seasons on the New England Patriots staff where...
There are signs that Cam Cameron’s tenure as Baltimore Ravens’ offensive coordinator might continue, according to a report by The Baltimore Sun’s Mike Preston. “According to a league source, Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron called the offensive assistants Wednesday morning and gave them instructions for the upcoming weeks, a sign that he will return next [...]
The Baltimore Ravens have promoted linebackers coach Dean Pees to defensive coordinator and retained Cam Cameron as their offensive coordinator.
Pees replaced Chuck Pagano, who left to become head coach of the Indianapolis Colts.
Baltimore's defense ranked third in the NFL under Pagano, and coach John Harbaugh said Monday that under Pees, ''the tradition of this defense...
On Friday, when it was announced that Cam Cameron would return as Baltimore Ravens’ offensive coordinator, he addressed his relationship with quarterback Joe Flacco. “I couldn’t be more pleased with where Joe and I are,” Cameron said, via CSNBaltimore.com. There has been rumors that tension has persisted between the two for a couple of years, [...]
The Baltimore Ravens have promoted linebackers coach Dean Pees to defensive coordinator and retained Cam Cameron as their offensive coordinator. Pees replaced Chuck Pagano, who left to become head coach of the Indianapolis Colts. Baltimore's defense ranked third in the NFL under Pagano, and coach John Harbaugh said Monday that under Pees, "the tradition of this defense will...
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…
So now Ravens Nation waits with bated breath to see if Cam Cameron stays or gets the ax, this being the hot topic now that Chuck Pagano has flown the coop to be the head coach for the Indianapolis Colts.
BALTIMORE - As the Ravens said goodbye to one coach Wednesday, they appeared ready to promote another from within...
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh has announced that Cam Cameron will remain the team’s offensive coordinator, while Dean Pees has been promoted to defensive coordinator, replacing new Colts head coach Chuck Pagano. Although there was much talk that Cameron might be on the way out, Harbaugh said that was never even close to happening. “Cam…
With his team having come within seconds of the Super Bowl, Ravens coach John Harbaugh opted for continuity in securing two of his top assistants today, promoting linebacker coach Dean Pees to defensive coordinator and keeping Cam Cameron as his offensive coordinator.
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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A team source told the Baltimore Sun that offensive coordinator Cam Cameron has yet to be informed of his future with the Ravens.