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Chargers coach Anthony Lynn finalizes his 2020 staff

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Chargers coach Anthony Lynn and quarterback Philip Rivers watch a replay during a Dec. 29 game against the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.
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Fresh off his contract extension, Chargers coach Anthony Lynn finalized his staff for the 2020 season.

James Campen was hired to coach the offensive line, and David Diaz-Infante was added as an offensive line assistant.

Campen, 55, a former longtime offensive line coach for Green Bay, spent last season as the offensive line/associate head coach with Cleveland.

Several of Lynn’s assistants were assigned to new jobs, including Rip Scherer (senior assistant), Alfredo Roberts (tight ends), Mark Ridgley (running backs), Addison Lynch (assistant defensive backs) and Ryan Milus (quality control on defense).

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Entering the final season of his deal, Lynn recently agreed to a multiyear extension. He’s 26-22 in three seasons with the Chargers.

The team also officially announced that Shane Steichen would remain as offensive coordinator, as had been previously reported.


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