— Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) January 26, 2014
According to Mary Kay Cabot of The Plain Dealer, the Cleveland Browns could target Cam Cameron of the LSU Tigers and Dowell Loggains, formerly of the Tennessee Titans as their offensive coordinator. The two could not be more different in terms of where they have been in their careers.
Cameron technically has the experience of being a head coach, which Mike Pettine said he would like to have on his staff. The problem was that experience was in a 1-15 season with the Miami Dolphins, which prompted the team to fire him after one season. Most recently, Cameron had served as offensive coordinator for the Baltimore Ravens but was replaced by Jim Caldwell; a move which may have contributed to the team winning the Super Bowl. Cameron said it was a good move.
Since then, he was brought in to LSU and tasked with turning around a lagging offense and give them a passing presence, specifically working with Zach Mettenberger and getting him to be a better quarterback. That was a success and the Bayou Bengals had their most dynamic offense in years with a number of players with NFL talent.
Loggains was most recently the offensive coordinator of the Tennessee Titans. He has been interviewing for the coordinator spot with a number of teams in recent weeks. Loggains is just 33 years old, but was able to get some offensive production out of both Jake Locker and then Ryan Fitzpatrick this last season.