Posted January 05, 2013 on sdg.scout.com
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Andy Reid is going to Kansas City. Bill O'Brien is staying at Penn State. Of the splashy candidates still available, the one remaining who has been linked to the Chargers is Lovie Smith. Is the former Bears coach a good fit in San Diego? We dive deeper into this loaded question.
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