Glazer: Ravens players had been complaining about Cam Cameron
The Baltimore Ravens surprised most people when they announced the firing of offensive coordinator Cam Cameron with three games left in the regular season. Jay Glazer reported on FOX NFL Sunday that Cameron's dismissal did not surprise the team's players; many of them had been looking for a change for a while. Glazer says the firing of Cameron is something players have been clamoring for inside the locker room for over a year. He says players have gone to the front office and head coach John Harbaugh to complain about Cameron. Glazer also says players were frustrated that Cameron wouldn't adjust gameplans when it was clear to them that they weren't working during games. According to Glazer, the edict came down from ownership a few weeks ago to remove Cameron, and Harbaugh helped Cameron hang on for as long he could until he was finally let go. Glazer's report isn't at all shocking. Not only has the media questioned Cameron, but linebacker Terrell Suggs publicly questioned the coordinator's usage of offensive playmakers Ray Rice and Anquan Boldin last season. Cameron had been the team's offensive coordinator since 2008. For what it's worth, the Ravens were held to three points through the first three quarters at home in a 34-17 loss to the Denver Broncos on Sunday. They had a fumble, interception, and five punts in their first seven possessions with Jim Caldwell as offensive coordinator.