Cam Cameron May Replace Tony Sparano as Jets' OC, Because The Jets Have a Sick Dolphins Obsession Apparently
Much like Finkle and Einhorn, it seems like the Dolphins are the Jets. The Jets are the Dolphins. Seriously, for two sworn enemies, the teams have an odd habit of hiring the other's left overs.
Now that former Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano was fired after only a year in to his follow-up job at the Jets' offensive coordinator, the team is set to interview another former Dolphins head coach, Cam Cameron, to replace him.
Which is hilarious.
According to The New York Post, he's one of four known candidates. Cameron of course is known for his single season as the Dolphin's head coach, where he racked up all of one win. He rebounded as the Ravens OC shortly after, but got outed from that job late this season.
Might we also remind you that the Jets are also considering hiring the Dolphins' current assistant General Manager Brian Gaine as their new GM. Apparently they like him so much he's going to be asked back for a second interview.
Reach for comment, fellow AFC East rivals said, "Ha."
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