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COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) La'Roi Glover is joining the Los Angeles Chargers as an assistant defensive line coach. The team announced the hire on Tuesday.
Glover held the same position with the New York Jets the past two years. He played 13 years, making 81+ sacks and had six straight Pro Bowl appearances from 2000 -05. Glover replaces Eric Henderson, who left to become the Los Angeles Rams defensive line coach.
The Chargers also announced that Chris Caminiti has joined the staff as senior coaching assistant. Caminiti returns to the NFL after serving as an associate athletic director at UCLA for the past three years. He had been a special teams analyst at UCLA from 2013-15. Caminiti and Chargers coach Anthony Lynn worked together in Cleveland in 2007-08.
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Updated April 9, 2019