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Report: Lions to part ways with offensive coordinator Anthony Lynn

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Lions offensive coordinator Anthony Lynn talks with QB Jared Goff during a team practice at Ford Field on Saturday, Aug. 7, 2021.Fordfieldpractice 080721 Kp2
Lions offensive coordinator Anthony Lynn talks with QB Jared Goff during a team practice at Ford Field on Saturday, Aug. 7, 2021.Fordfieldpractice 080721 Kp2

The Detroit Lions are expected to part ways with offensive coordinator Anthony Lynn following Sunday’s home game against the Green Bay Packers, NFL Network reported.

Lynn, 53, was stripped of play-calling duties in November after the Lions limped to an 0-8-1 start to the season. Detroit entered Week 18 ranked 22nd in total offense (317.5 yards per game) and 28th in scoring offense (18.0 points).

Lynn joined the Lions in January 2021 after posting a 33-31 record during his four seasons as the head coach of the Los Angeles Chargers.

Lynn served as the offensive coordinator with the Buffalo Bills prior to his stint with the Chargers.

–Field Level Media