Was wondering if anyone saw this, but Trent Green, at very least for that final drive in of the 1st half, Cameron was not wearing a headset or holding that laminated card, it was Green and he appeared to be calling in plays, and during times during the rest of the game he appeared to be at times doing the same while bother of them wore the headset. This has been rumored before and kind of discussed, but I'm personally a little intrigued by this. I know that Green susposedly worked with the Chiefs offensive staff while he was injured in a gameplanning capacity. He's also been wearing a headset on the sidelines here in a Dolphins coaching uniform rather than the usual T-shirt and shorts injured players are on the sideline with. We know the Dolphins wanted to find an offensive coordinator, but Cameron didnt seem to want an established guy who would demand playcalling responsibility right away, but someone who would learn under him. He wanted to retain Jason Garrett, and then to sign Clarence Sheldon(?) and the Broncos RB coaches, but they all wanted playcalling responsibilities. I think that one of the huge things about Green's potential is an offensive coordinator is the massive amount of exposure he has had to Air Coryell based offenses. He's memorized the playbook, and had the machinations of Norv Turner, Mike Martz, and Al Saunders laid bare to him.