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Throughout the early part of the 2024 NFL offseason, offensive coordinator Ben Johnson and defensive coordinator Aaron Glenn were courted for a number of available head coach openings across the league.
The duo took several interviews, but each wound up opting to remain in Detroit for the upcoming season. Johnson made national waves when he spurned the Washington Commanders, citing a want to remain in Motown and compete for a Super Bowl after a disheartening loss to the San Francisco 49ers.

As a result of each deciding to stay, the Lions have unprecedented coordinator continuity heading into the fourth season of Campbell’s tenure. In a league where turnover is constant, Johnson is tied for the longest-tenured offensive coordinator while Glenn has been outlasted by only Cincinnati’s Lou Anarumo and Kansas City’s Steve Spagnuolo.
think it’s big. I think this is one of those, this doesn’t happen a lot. It just doesn’t, because usually things happen, in a good way or a bad way, by the time you hit four years,” Campbell said, via the team’s social media channel. “We’re in this, we’re in a position that’s a little different than teams have been in, in a good way, and it is big to have the continuity. It is big to — all these things that we’ve been doing for the last three years. The way that I think, the way I want things done, the way I know they think. In game situations, we’re kind of to the point where we can read each other’s minds. They know what I’m looking for and we get it done.”

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