|Date of birth||February 6, 1961|
|Place of birth||Chapel Hill, North Carolina|
|Coaching stats||Pro Football Reference|
|Team(s) as a coach/administrator|
|University of Michigan
University of Michigan
(WRs and QBs)
San Diego Chargers
Cam Cameron is an American Football coach who is currently the offensive coodinator of the Baltimore Ravens. He was the head coach for the Miami Dolphins in 2007, but was fired after a 1-15 season. Cameron has been heavily criticized for his conservative (safe) play-calling.
Coaching[change | change source]
College[change | change source]
Cameron spent time as a college football assistant.
NFL[change | change source]
Early NFL Coaching[change | change source]
Cameron spent some time as the Washington Redskins's quarterbacks coach. He was later promoted to the offensive coodinator position of the San Diego Chargers, where he helped guide future-star quarterback Drew Brees.
Miami Dolphins Head Coach[change | change source]
Cameron was hired as the head coach of the Miami Dolphins before the 2007 season. However, the franchise had its worst ever season and finished 1-15. He had an overtime victory against the Baltimore Ravens, coincidentally Cameron's next team. Cameron was replaced by Tony Sparano.
Baltimore Ravens[change | change source]
During a Baltimore Ravens roster and coaching overall, John Harbaugh hired Cameron as the new Baltimore offensive coodinator. In 2008, Cameron worked on the Suggs package, a play-calling that would have both quarterbacks Joe Flacco and Troy Smith. Following 2008, Cameron was criticized heavily for his conservative (safe) play-calling. After his contract expired following the 2011 season, Harbaugh announced that Cameron would in fact be back.
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