AFC Coaching Notes: Browns, Jets

4:25pm: Cameron will reportedly stay at LSU, tweets Ian Rapoport of

2:34pm: The Browns are considering LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron and former Titans offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains for the same position in Cleveland, tweets Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Cameron has a decade of coordinating experience in the NFL, with both the Chargers and the Ravens. His last two NFL stops have ended unceremoniously — he led the Dolphins to a 1-15 record in his lone season at the helm, and was fired mid-season in 2012 by the Ravens, who then went on to win the Super Bowl.

Loggains was the Titans play-caller for the past two seasons, during both of which Tennessee finished in the bottom third of the league in yards per game. However, the offense did improve from 29th to 16th in DVOA from 2012 to 2013. Cabot also tweets that Loggains could be the Browns quarterbacks coach, as previously reported by NFL Network’s Albert Breer.

  • LSU special teams coach Thomas McGaughey is the favorite to become the Jets special teams coach, according to Brian Costello of the New York Post.  McGaughey has been with LSU for three seasons, after previously serving as an assistant special teams coordinator with the Giants. He would fill the void left by Ben Kotwica, who left to become the special teams coach of the Redskins.
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