Oct 7, 2012; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Tennessee Titans quarterbacks coach Dowell Loggains (right) talks with quarterback Matt Hasselbeck (8) as quarterback Rusty Smith (11) and offensive coordinator Chris Palmer listens during a break in the game with the Minnesota Vikings at the Metrodome. The Vikings win 30-7. Mandatory Credit: Bruce Kluckhohn-USA TODAY Sports

Browns could target LSU’s Cameron, Titans’ Loggains for OC spot per Mary Kay Cabot

According to Mary Kay Cabot of The Plain Dealer, the Cleveland Browns could target LSU’s Cam Cameron and Dowell Loggains for their offensive coordinator spot.

Cameron has been a head coach for the Miami Dolphins for just one season and was the offensive coordinator for most of the season for the Baltimore Ravens when they won the Super Bowl.  He was replaced before the end of the season by Jim Caldwell; a move he praised, calling it the right decision for the situation.

Cameron has since been tasked with working to add more of a dynamic passing element to the LSU Tigers offense, which specifically centered around getting improvement from Zach Mettenberger.  They had success in that and the offense was much improved, showcasing a number of future NFL players including wide receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry, running back Jeremy Hill and guard Trai Turner.  Should the Browns give Cameron the nod, the speculation would naturally jump to which players from that offense the Browns would draft.

Loggains, 33, will interview for the offensive coordinator position but may also be in the mix for the quarterbacks coach.  Considering that he was able to find success with both Jake Locker and Ryan Fitzpatrick this past year as the offensive coordinator, that could be an interesting choice.  Locker has all the physical tools in the world while Fitzpatrick is a smaller, quarterback that has to win with accuracy and timing.  Seemingly, Loggains would be able to roll with just about anyone the Browns would want to be their quarterback next May in addition to Brian Hoyer.

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