Cam Cameron Has No Issue with Ravens Firing Him and More AFC North News

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Cam Cameron Has No Issue with Ravens Firing Him and More AFC North News

The New York Times' Scott Cacciola spoke with fired Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron. Cameron said that his dismissal was "a brilliant move" and that he's fine with being fired, noting that it's simply part of the job. 

Since Cameron's firing, the Ravens offense has seen a new spark under Jim Caldwell, one that has propelled them all the way to the Super Bowl.

 

 

Baltimore Ravens

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The world will soon know the name Paul Kruger.

Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun caught up with Baltimore Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome at Senior Bowl practices. Among the highlights are Newsome's confirmation that he's not going to retire after the Super Bowl.

Bleacher Report's Andrew Gould predicts that Ravens linebacker Paul Kruger will become a household name based on his Super Bowl performance.

 

 

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Marvin Lewis discusses where his offense needs to go.

Cincinnati Bengals

Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer spoke with Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis at the Senior Bowl practices this week about the team's offense and coaching staff.

Bleacher Report's Chris Roling examines five running backs the Bengals may target in the NFL draft.

 

 

Cleveland Browns

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Trent Richardson should have a field day in Norv Turner's offense.

Bill Livingston of the Cleveland Plain Dealer says the Cleveland Browns' hiring of offensive coordinator Norv Turner is great news for running back Trent Richardson.

Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Seneca Wallace spoke to Bleacher Report's Kalil Najar about the emergence of mobile passers in the NFL this season.

 

 

Pittsburgh Steelers

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Charlie Batch is a finalist for the NFLPA's highest award.

Ed Bouchette and Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that Pittsburgh Steelers backup quarterback Charlie Batch is a finalist for the Byron "Whizzer" White Award, the NFLPA's highest award, given out to players who exemplify greatness on and off the field.

Joseph Bruno of Bleacher Report breaks down six current Steelers who could be impact players next season.

 

 

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