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Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
According to NFL.com Senior analyst Gil Brandt, LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron was officially offered an available OC job in the NFL and has turned it down. Per Twitter,
quote:

Gil Brandt @Gil_Brandt
#LSU OC Cam Cameron was officially offered same job w NFLteam but turned it down. (Tweeted @ 12:34 PM - 29 Jan 2014)
There is a very good chance that NFL team was the Cleveland Browns but either way we are glad Coach Cam is staying in Baton Rouge.
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7 Comments
You da man, Cam Thanks for all your efforts as a Tiger.
Reply30 months
I know for a lot of these guys the NFL is the ultimate goal/job. But I would say for myself I would MUCH prefer finding a college I love being at and staying there.
Reply30 months
Cam U DA Man.
Reply30 months
Giggity!
Reply30 months
Tiger-Cam!
Reply30 months
Thank you Coach Cam. Youre the MAN!
Reply30 months
That great news. He is an important part of the LSU football team. Go tigers!!!
Reply30 months
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