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Cam Cameron Not Expected to Return as Ravens Offensive Coordinator

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With offensive coordinator Cam Cameron’s contract set to expire and with no extension on the table, the Ravens aren’t expected to retain his services, according to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen.

Cameron is one of the highest-paid coordinators in the NFL, making a reported $2 million per season.

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There’s been speculation that his relationship with quarterback Joe Flacco has been bumpy at times, and the Ravens never replaced quarterbacks coach Jim Zorn, who was fired following the 2010 season.

It doesn’t help Cameron that Hue Jackson has become available all of the sudden. Jackson, who was fired this season following an 8-8 campaign as Oakland Raiders head coach, is close with Flacco after serving as Ravens’ quarterbacks coach in 2008 and 2009.

Cameron has been scrutinized for failing to turn the Ravens into a top 10-offense.

This season, Baltimore’s offense finished 12th in points and 15th in total yards.