OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) -Cam Cameron, coming off a 1-15 season as head coach of the Dolphins, was hired Wednesday as offensive coordinator of the Baltimore Ravens.
Cameron, 46, was fired by Miami earlier this month. His only victory came against the Ravens. He's the first assistant hired by new Ravens coach John Harbaugh.
Cameron was the San Diego Chargers' offensive coordinator for five seasons before his one-year stint in Miami. In 2006, the Chargers led the NFL in scoring with 492 points.
The Dolphins finished near the bottom of the league in yards and points last season, and Cameron was fired Jan. 3 by new Dolphins executives Bill Parcells and Jeff Ireland.
The Ravens went through several offensive coordinators under former coach Brian Billick, who was fired Dec. 31, but the team never established a consistently high-powered attack in Billick's nine-year tenure.
Cameron has connections to Harbaugh, who worked as a defensive backs and special teams coach when Cameron was the head coach at Indiana in 1997.
Baltimore planned to introduce Cameron during a conference call later Wednesday.

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