Curtis Conway joins Chargers' radio broadcast team

SAN DIEGO (AP) Former NFL wide receiver Curtis Conway and recently retired center Nick Hardwick have joined the San Diego Chargers' radio broadcast team.

Conway replaces former Chargers player Hank Bauer as analyst and Hardwick will be a sideline reporter. They join Josh Lewin, the play-by-play announcer since 2005.

Bauer's contract wasn't renewed.

Conway played 12 years in the NFL, including with the Chargers from 2000-02. He was a first-round draft pick of the Chicago Bears in 1993, out of Southern California.

Conway is married to Laila Ali, daughter of Muhammad Ali.

Hardwick retired earlier this year after an 11-year career with the Chargers.

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