Replacing Jason Michael a challenge for San Diego

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Last week, Chargers tight end coach, Jason Michael, was hired by the Tennessee Titans and new head coach Ken Whisenhunt to become their offensive coordinator. It’s pretty clear that Whisenhunt thought a lot about Michael to give him such a drastic promotion. The emergence of Ladarius Green, as well as the continued solid play from Antonio Gates in the twilight of his career, is one of the reasons I am concerned about having to replace Michael. New Chargers offensive coordinator, Frank Reich, has a tall task in front of him. If you don’t know much about Reich, click here to see his introductory press conference. I love what he had to say and think this offense will become a little more up-tempo next year. My biggest questions moving forward involve the progress of Ladarius Green. Will his development slow down? And will Reich look to add a speedy, big-play threat in free agency? With the Senior Bowl this week, and the draft around the corner, we will start to see which direction Reich wants to take the offense.


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