Shortly after being mentioned by the Cleveland Plain Dealer as being under consideration for the Cleveland Browns' offensive coordinator vacancy under new coach and former Ravens assistant Mike Pettine, Louisiana State announced that Cameron says he's not interested.
The school's sports information director, Michael Bonnette, wrote on Twitter that he spoke to Cameron, who said: "He's not going anywhere & that he plans on being with @lsufball for a long time."
Replaced by Jim Caldwell as the Ravens offensive coordinator in the middle of last season, Cameron had a successful first year with the Tigers.
Louisiana State averaged 453 yards of total offense per game as quarterback Zach Mettenberger passed for 3,000 yards, Jeremy Hill rushed for 1,000 yards and wide receivers Odell Beckham and Jarvis Landry both had 1,000 receiving yards.
It's not surprising that Cameron would want to stay at Louisiana State, which has a talented roster and is known for being extremely generous in how it compensates its football coaches.