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Curtis Conway expected to be new Chargers radio analyst

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Josh Lewin has a new broadcast partner for San Diego Chargers games this season, and it's former Chargers WR Curtis Conway!

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FOX Sports is reporting that the San Diego Chargers have worked quickly to replace Hank Bauer as the team's color commentator on their radio broadcasts, selecting longtime NFL WR Curtis Conway.

Conway, 44, played 12 NFL seasons after being a 1993 first-round draft pick by Chicago. Conway, who was with the Chargers from 2000 to 2002, is currently working as a television analyst for the NFL Network and Pac-12 Network.

I'm not sure how long Lewin's contract is or how long this partnership will last, as I expect that very talented play-by-play voice of the Chargers is destined for bigger and better things, but for the moment I'll consider this a win. The few times I caught Conway on TV, I've found him to be well-spoken and insightful. It doesn't hurt that he has some experience in San Diego with the Chargers, either.

Don't worry about ol' Hank, as he's already landed on his feet with a steady gig doing national games.