Chargers make moves on coaching staff

It has become a ritual all around the league — team loses playoff game, team makes coaching changes.

The San Diego Chargers made some moves when they announced today that secondary coach Bill Bradley and tight ends coach Clancy Barone were released from their contracts. In addition, the contracts for offensive line coach Jack Henry and assistant secondary/quality control coach Kevin Ross are due to expire in February and both men will not be returning for the 2009 season.

When Turner looks for a replacement on the line, it would be natural to think he would look to the University of Pittsburgh and its noted offensive line coach Tony Wise. Turner and Wise have coached together before and they might wind up doing it again.

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