With the late hire of new Browns coach Mike Pettine, serious concern has been expressed by many about the ability for the Browns to hire quality, experienced coordinators so late in the offseason hiring process. There are still some names, however, out there with previous offensive coordinator experience, and the Browns are reportedly taking a look at a few of them.
An official announcement is expected next week that Cam Cameron will be LSU's next offensive coordinator. Before then, TSD gets the scoop on what the Tigers are getting from NFL analyst and Ravens insider Aaron Wilson.
HEADED TO THE SWAMP
Cam Cameron was not able to land an NFL job after being let go by the Ravens, but he did land on his feet as he will coach LSU's offense next season.
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...
Most NFL coaches wouldn't praise a team for firing them.
But that's reportedly what Cam Cameron did after the Baltimore Ravens decided to part ways with him as the team's offensive coordinator last month.
"It was a brilliant move," Cameron told The New York Times. "Everyone on the team took a look in the mirror after that."
The Ravens were 9-4 and...
TAKING THE HIGH ROAD
Former Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron had the following to say about the decision to fire him in December "It was a brilliant move."
Every since I moved to Baltimore in 2010, I have heard nothing but endless criticism of Cam Cameron and his play calling abilities. There was no doubt Cameron was successful with previous teams, and the Ravens fans weren’t scared to admit this fact, but he was not utilizing Baltimore’s weapons the way the fan base wanted. As the seasons wore on, the fan base agreed that Cam...
Cam Cameron has been fired as offensive coordinator of the Baltimore Ravens, who have lost two straight and are still striving for consistency in the running and passing game.
Cameron ran the team's offense since the start of the 2008 season, when current coach Jim Harbaugh replaced Brian Billick. Since that time, the Ravens' attack has repeatedly taken a back seat to the...
Via AP on Fox
December 10, 2012
Old habits die hard. No shock then that throughout Baltimore can be heard the resounding cry: Run the ball! Cam Cameron critics, briefly silenced by a dominating offensive performance in Week 1, are back on their horses and calling for the offensive coordinator's head. They're right. But for the wrong reasons.The problem with the Ravens' game plan against the Eagles was...
The Baltimore Ravens had a commanding 20-0 lead late in the third quarter at M&T Bank Stadium last Saturday, but failed to score in the game’s final quarter and a half, as the Cleveland Browns rallied for two touchdowns. Baltimore did hold on for a 20-14 victory, but Flacco said he was “disappointed” the game [...]