The request arrived in the Chargers' office Thursday morning. The Falcons have until Sunday night to interview him. On Tuesday, the Cardinals put in a similar request for Cameron. On Wednesday evening, the Dolphins submitted a request to talk to Cameron.
All of those requests have been approved.
Cameron remains one of the league's hottest assistant coaches. He calls plays for a Chargers offense that leads with league with aa 30.8 scoring average, produced a running back (LaDainian Tomlinson) who set the NFL touchdown record with 31, and made Philip Rivers a Pro Bowl quarterback in his first full-time season.
Cameron, 45, coached quarterbacks for the Redskins from 1994-96 and was head coach at Indiana from 1997-2001. He joined the Chargers in 2002.
John Clayton is a senior NFL writer for ESPN.com.