The annual Norv Turner is about to fired stories are already out in San Diego after Sunday's 7-6 loss to the Cleveland Browns.
Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune writes that Chargers president Dean Spanos declined to speak with him after he went to ask about Turner's latest venture to the hot seat. Of course, Turner has already been on the hot seat so many times in his Chargers tenure that his backside is probably medium well by now.
Sunday's loss to the Browns on the heels of a bye week and the Monday night collapse at home against Denver are certainly not boding well for Turner or general manager A.J. Smith's long-term outlook in San Diego. Last January, Spanos opted to retain both following the Chargers' flame out in 2011.
The question is does Turner have one more miracle run in his bag of tricks to save himself one more time.
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