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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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You da man, Cam Thanks for all your efforts as a Tiger.
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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.
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Cam U DA Man.
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Giggity!
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Tiger-Cam!
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Thank you Coach Cam. Youre the MAN!
Reply47 months
That great news. He is an important part of the LSU football team. Go tigers!!!
Reply47 months
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