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Chargers 2017 season preview: Anthony Lynn says limited experience as a coordinator is no measure of his potential as a head coach

Anthony Lynn wasn’t backing down. Neither was Mike Shanahan. It didn’t matter that the former was a special teams assistant, near the bottom of the Broncos’ staff hierarchy. Nor did it matter that the latter was at the top of his profession — a Super Bowl-winning head coach who, at the time, looked bound for a […]
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