The large glass windows inside the American Express Club at StubHub Center offered a picturesque pitch that the Los Angeles Chargers will turn into their home field.
Across the room is a private bar, cold beer on tap. To the left, there are private restrooms and a kitchen capable of churning out high-end food — certainly, at least, by stadium standards.
It is, as one longtime Chargers staffer pointed out, “the best seat in the house.”
But even with the taps turned off, new Chargers Coach Anthony Lynn might’ve found an even better view. As he stood on stage in that room introducing his coordinators, Lynn was surrounded by years of head-coaching experience, and he...