Cameron being considered in both St. Louis, San Francisco
Former Miami head coach Cam Cameron may not be out of work for long.
Cameron, fired as the coach of the Dolphins on Thursday, will be in demand as an offensive coordinator for at least two teams -- the St. Louis Rams and the San Francisco 49ers -- team and league sources told ESPN's Chris Mortensen.
San Francisco has an interview scheduled Monday with former St. Louis head coach Mike Martz, who was recently let go as the offensive coordinator in Detroit. Cameron, sources said, is also on the 49ers' mind.
St. Louis is seriously focused on Cameron after head coach Scott Linehan fired offensive coordinator Greg Olson, sources said. The team has not announced Olson's dismissal, nor the firing of offensive line coach Paul Boudreau.
And one more team could get into the Cameron sweepstakes: Dallas would need an offensive coordinator if Jason Garrett, who has interviewed in Baltimore and Atlanta, gets a head coaching job.
Both Olson and Boudreau, highly-respected assistants, were informed of their terminations prior to the weekend, sources told Mortensen.
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