Cam Cameron receives Super Bowl ring; focused on leading LSU offense
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jun 12, 2013
Cam Cameron received a Super Bowl ring from the Baltimore Ravens on Tuesday, even though he was fired as their offensive coordinator with three games remaining in the regular season. Cameron, though, said he isn't going to keep it. Cam Cameron ripped open the package and gazed at his championship ring from Super Bowl XLVII, the one the Ravens went on to win after relieving him of his duties in December. Within days of the Ravens' 34-31 win over the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl, LSU hired Cameron as its offensive coordinator, hoping he could help open up a Tigers offense that ranked 87th in yards per game and 59th in scoring in 2012. The dazzling ring weighed 380 grams, was encrusted with 243 round-cut diamonds and crafted in 10-karat white gold with yellow highlights. Without a hint of resentment, the team’s former offensive coordinator who was at times the most-scrutinized man in the Baltimore area, said he appreciated the gesture from the Ravens and their owner, Steve Bisciotti.