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Chargers Super Bowl Connections

Posted by Ricky Henne on January 29, 2013 – 2:55 PM

When Super Bowl XLVII kicks off on Sunday, there are numerous connections to the Bolts on both the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens.

Here are some of the most notable ones:

49ers

San Francisco head coach Jim Harbaugh played for the Chargers from 1999-00.

Quarterbacks coach Geep Chryst was the offensive coordinator in San Diego during those same two years that Harbaugh played.

Tight ends coach Reggie Davis played the position for the Chargers as well from 1999-00.

Assistant secondary coach Greg Jackson was a Chargers safety from 1997-00.

Quarterback Scott Tolzien went to training camp with the Chargers in 2011.

Ravens

Chargers punter Mike Scifres and Ravens safety Ed Reed are former high school teammates at Destrehan (La.) High School.

Assistant offensive assistant Todd Washington was a training camp coaching intern with the Chargers in 2009.

 

Know of any others?  Leave them in the comments below!


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One Response to “Chargers Super Bowl Connections”

  1. By Mike Tuck on Jan 30, 2013 | Reply

    The Chargers for years were the training camp for the 49ers. Hopefully our new GM might change this. Plummer, Dean, Johnson, on and on. Lets start stealing a few good men from the 49ers so we can be a Superbowl caliber team. Smith letting Byrd go this year only to have him back to cover for a hurt Butler and played fantastic ball, he’s as sure a tackler as utler or Spikes and yet Mouton and English were held instead of him. I’ve been sickened by Smiths readings of a players value, case ans point Hester who looked like the best FB in the league compared to McClain. Adding Jared Johnson insted of elevating Barnes to the 1st tier. Adding Whitehurst and letting Jared Lee walk. Smith had an Ego problem in that if he didn’t pick them they were already on their way out. A team is like a puzzle, it’s weather they fit the role needed for this team. It is a team game asnd especially along the Oline which Smith dismissed as good enough. A OL doesn’t have to have the biggest or quickest players. They have to be cohesive as a unit to be successful. Hopefully our new GM understands this team concept of getting players that compliment each other.

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