COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) — Tom Telesco and the Los Angeles Chargers have spent most of their time “licking their wounds” after last Saturday’s second-half collapse in an AFC wild-card round game at Jacksonville. The general manager will only have a little more time to wallow, with many questions looming going into the offseason. Among things Telesco will address immediately is working with coach Brandon Staley to find a new offensive coordinator after Joe Lombardi was fired on Tuesday. Telesco’s other significant tasks during the offseason will be trying to get under the salary cap and beginning discussions with quarterback Justin Herbert’s agents about a contract extension.
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