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Chargers hire Dishman to assist with secondary

Discussion in 'Latest Chargers News & Headlines' started by robdog, Jan 21, 2009.

  1. robdog

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    Source: <a href="http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=ap-chargers-dishman&amp;prov=ap&amp;type=lgns" target="_blank">Associated Press</a>

    <a href="http://www.ussportscamps.com/images/public/dishman.jpg"><img class="alignright" title="Cris Dishman" src="http://www.ussportscamps.com/images/public/dishman.jpg" alt="" width="136" height="177" /></a>SAN DIEGO (AP)-Former All-Pro cornerback Cris Dishman was hired as assistant secondary coach by the San Diego Chargers on Wednesday.

    The Chargers also hired Greg Williams as assistant linebackers coach. He spent last season as a graduate assistant at the University of Pittsburgh.

    Dishman will work with new secondary coach Steve Wilks and Williams will assist returning linebackers coach John Pagano.

    Dishman spent 13 seasons in the NFL and was a two-time Pro Bowl selection. He began his career with the Houston Oilers and later played for Chargers coach Norv Turner when he was head coach in Washington. At the end of his career, Dishman played one season each with the Kansas City Chiefs and Minnesota Vikings.

    Since 2006, he has been on the staff at Menlo College in the Bay Area where he served as defensive backs coach and, most recently, as defensive coordinator. He spent the 2008 offseason with the Chargers via the NFL's Minority Coaching Fellowship program.
     

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