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Report: Rams after Cameron as coordinator

Jan 6, 2008 at 11:39 AM--


ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports former Dolphins head coach Cam Cameron is a candidate to be the Rams' next offensive coordinator.

Cameron lost out to Scott Linehan for the Rams' head coaching job in 2006 and would be working under Linehan. The OC position in St. Louis won't be highly coveted because Linehan is an offensive mind. The Rams haven't fired current coordinator Greg Olson yet, but that now appears likely to happen.



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