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If you thought the departure of former Los Angeles Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn was the last of it, think again.

There could be up to 3 more coaching staff members departing this off-season, thus leading to a full-blown culture rebuild.


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Gus Bradley

One of those is already confirmed: Gus Bradley, a defensive coordinator, has been hired by the Las Vegas Raiders to join Jon Grudens’ staff. This was expected for most fans, but not many of us expected the other two to catch intrigue from other teams. 

Shane Steichen

The Seattle Seahawks are reportedly set to bring in Chargers offensive coordinator Shane Steichen for an interview, and it doesn’t end there.

Pep Hamilton

There are some murmurs that Chargers QB coach Pep Hamilton is gaining traction as a candidate for other teams. Pep Hamilton is beloved by Chargers fans due to the excellent job he has done with helping Justin Herbert develop.

On the contrary, some believe that Hamilton could be promoted to an offensive coordinator or even be granted a head coaching interview with the Bolts after how great he has been for the team.


Nonetheless, a full-on culture change could be looming over the horizon for the Chargers.


With how loaded this roster is, GM Tom Telesco and owner Dean Spanos only have one more job to do: provide the team with a coaching staff that brings out the players’ best.


If Los Angeles can check this one last box, the Chargers are destined for greatness. 

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