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Cam Cameron battling prostate cancer

Cam Cameron

LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron is battling prostate cancer and has already begun treatment, the Baton Rouge Advocate reports.

The Advocate says that until now, only some LSU fans and employees knew about the diagnosis. They were asked to keep it quiet.

Cameron, 54, says he already underwent a procedure and has been given a clean bill of health.

Cameron is entering his third season as offensive coordinator for the Tigers and plans to continue coaching. He also survived a serious case of melanoma, so we know he is a fighter.

Cameron played quarterback at Indiana and was head coach of the Hoosiers from ’97-’01. He also served as head coach of the Miami Dolphins in 2007 following a successful run as offensive coordinator of the San Diego Chargers.

Cameron spent five seasons with the Baltimore Ravens before coming to LSU. Some players reportedly were complaining about him, leading the Ravens to fire him midseason. We wish him the best in his recovery.


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