Charger OC Shelmon resigns

San Diego Chargers offensive coordinator Clarence Shelmon has resigned and plans on taking at least a year away from coaching, says the North County Times.

"I'm just done," Shelmon said. "You know when it's time. It's time for me to go and do some other things with my life."

Shelmon, 59, has been the Chargers offensive coordinator since 2007 and has been on the staff in San Diego since 2002 when he coached running backs for five seasons before being promoted by Marty Schottenheimer.

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