Tigers OC Cameron says he's staying put
BATON ROUGE - LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron said on Sunday that he's not interested in the NFL and will remain with the Tigers.
The comment, as relayed by LSU spokesman Michael Bonnette, came on the heels of a report from the Cleveland Plain Dealer that the Cleveland Browns might be interested in his services.
The Browns new head coach Mike Pettine and Cameron worked together for the Baltimore Ravens in 2008.
Instead, Cameron says he plans on staying at LSU, where in 2013, he guided the Tigers to their best offensive statistics of the Les Miles era.
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