The Chargers shook things up in a major way this month, first with the firing of head coach Mike McCoy, then with their surprising move to LA. The former didn’t come was a huge surprise, Mike McCoy was only 27-37 in four seasons with solid talent. The latter came as a complete shock to many, as LA will now have two teams: the Rams and the Chargers. In the coaching department, the Chargers have also found something new: Anthony Lynn, a veteran of Celina High School and Texas Tech University, will reportedly become the new head coach of the Chargers.
Now official: Chargers and former Bills interim HC agree on a 4-year contract, per source. In 24 hours, Chargers have new HC and new city.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 13, 2017
Lynn served as the interim head coach for the Bills after the firing of the Ryan brothers. He’s had numerous stops all around the NFL in various coaching positions. The former All-Southwest Conference running back is sure to make a splash very quickly with a franchise in need of just one or two things before they hit it big.
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