Chargers Coach Anthony Lynn Nearly Says 'San Diego' in Introductory Conference

Andrew Gould@AndrewGould4Featured ColumnistJanuary 17, 2017

The Chargers have called San Diego home for 56 years, so it will take time before everyone consistently refers to them as the Los Angeles Chargers.

A day after announcing their relocation, they ushered in a new era by hiring head coach Anthony Lynn. Even he has struggled with the change.

During his introductory press conference, the former Buffalo Bills assistant started with a miscue befitting their messy transition period.  

"I am so proud to be the coach of the San Die...L.A. Chargers," Lynn said. "Oops."

The timing was unfortunate, but it won't be the last time someone slips up.

[Fox 5 San Diego]

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