Former Ravens OC Cam Cameron To LSU?Former Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron is in talks with LSU coach Les Miles to run the Tigers' offense, said a person familiar with the situation.
Ozzie Newsome Says It Was Harbaugh's Decision To Fire Cam Cameron Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome says the decision to fire offensive coordinator Cam Cameron in December was orchestrated solely by coach John Harbaugh.
Caldwell To Remain Ravens O-Coordinator In 2013 Jim Caldwell will remain the Baltimore Ravens' offensive coordinator next season.
Harbaugh Won't Let Ravens Coast Into PlayoffsNow that they've finally wrapped up another AFC North crown, the Baltimore Ravens intend to get healthy, close out the regular season with a win and take some momentum into the playoffs.
Flacco Shoulders Blame For Ravens' 3-Game SlideJoe Flacco has fumbled three times and thrown three interceptions in his last three games, each of which the Baltimore Ravens have lost.
Mike Preston's Report Card: F, F, F, F, F, D, D, D, B
Ravens Drop Third Straight, 34-17 To Broncos, But Earn Playoff SpotChris Harris returned an interception 98 yards for a momentum-turning touchdown, and the Denver Broncos beat the skidding Baltimore Ravens 34-17 Sunday for their ninth straight victory.
Rob Long: Ravens/Broncos
Sliding Ravens Seek To Steal Momentum From BroncosEven if they don't win another game, the Baltimore Ravens could probably still get into the playoffs as AFC North champions. And then what?
Caldwell Relishes Chances To Run Ravens OffenseDon't expect Jim Caldwell to incorporate the triple-option or a variety of trick plays in his first NFL game as an offensive coordinator.
Ravens OC Jim Caldwell Should Bring Back No-Huddle OffenseIt was the talk of the town when the season first started. The "sugar huddle" offense was dynamic and exciting. It placed Joe Flacco on track for his first Pro Bowl selection. And then it was gone. For whatever reason the Ravens abandoned that style of football. But with the promotion of Caldwell to offensive coordinator, many expect the no-huddle offense to return. And it couldn't come at a better time.