The Ravens finished the season with the league's 22nd-ranked offense despite having eight Pro Bowlers in their offensive rotation, which led many fans to suggest that the Ravens look to replace Cam Cameron as offensive coordinator.
Head coach John Harbaugh says that's not going to happen.
"Cam Cameron is our offensive coordinator," Harbaugh said today in his season-ending press conference. "That's how we're going forward, and we're going to go to work."
The Ravens averaged 322.9 total yards per game this season. They had the league's 14th-ranked rushing attack, and were 20th in the NFL in passing.
Baltimore had just 126 yards of total offense in a divisional round loss to the Steelers on Saturday, including just 28 in the second half.
Still, Harbaugh has faith in Cameron and is proud of what the Ravens accomplished offensively.
"I know Cam's a tremendous coach, and I know what kind of man he is. I know he's a humble guy. It's the same guy who was the offensive coordinator three years ago when everyone said we surpassed our expectations. Yeah, we had a tough year statistically but we did win a lot of football games with that offense. But there are things we can do a lot better and we will go to work on those things."
As for the rest of the coaching staff, Harbaugh wasn't willing to make any promises, but said that he is hopeful everyone will return.
"I like our coaching staff," Harbaugh said. "There isn't a guy I'm disappointed in."