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The Clemson Tigers are bolstering their already loaded coaching staff with former Buffalo Bill and first-round pick JP Losman reportedly joining Dabo Swinney’s staff this fall.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter broke the story and he’s reporting that Losman’s role with the Tigers will be as a coaching intern under Swinney and his staff in Death Valley.

Losman is still only 36-years-old, but he’s been out of the NFL since 2011, which was with the Miami Dolphins. Since being released by the Dolphins, the former Tulane Green Wave QB hasn’t made any headlines.

The Los Angeles, CA. native didn’t have the professional career both he and Bills’ fans hoped for, but perhaps a second act in coaching may turn out to be a fruitful endeavor for Losman. The Tigers have one of the best staffs in college football that surround Swinney, so he picked the right spot to start his coaching career.

Former first-round pick is joining a College Football Playoff contender’s coaching staff Christian Petersen/Getty Images
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