The Chargers have found their next head coach in Brandon Staley, who developed the top-ranked defense in the NFL during his one season with the Rams.
'The Sean McVay of defense': Former Division III coordinator Brandon Staley the latest coaching wunderkind
In four short years, Staley went from John Carroll University to leading a Rams defensive unit ranked among the NFL's best.
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The Los Angeles Chargers will hire Los Angeles Rams defensive coordinator Brandon Staley as their next head coach, sources confirmed to ESPN.
Joe Brady has impressed teams. The Lions job could be wrapped up soon. Plus, things are trending to make the NFL look bad -- again.
Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll has emerged as a -- if not the -- favorite to land the Los Angeles Chargers' head-coaching job, per league sources.
The Chargers have historically hired coaches with offensive background, but perhaps it's time for them to break tendency and take a defensive look.
Field, Matthew, Stephania, Daniel and Kyle give out our 2020 Fantasy Focus Awards including Comeback Player, Biggest Disappointment and MVP.
Justin Herbert or Justin Jefferson for the top offensive rookie? Is the top defensive player Chase Young or Jeremy Chinn? We ranked the top 10 first-years of the season.
LeBron's No Look 3 and 4 years ago today, Scott tells you two big LA football stories happened. Disneyland to be used as a mass vaccination site, what stories are on The Radar? How do you ask your significant other to have the weekend to watch football.
From franchises that will tear it all down to those that just need a few tweaks, here are the offseason priorities for every team no longer playing.
Which candidate is the perfect match for each of the seven vacancies? Pair Marvin Lewis, Eric Bieniemy, Robert Saleh and more with a team.
Is Urban Meyer the favorite for the Jacksonville job? Could Eric Bieniemy get passed over again? Who's in line for the six GM openings?
With Anthony Lynn being fired Monday, the Chargers are in the midst of finding their new coach. Here are some names for L.A. fans to watch.
Bieniemy interviewed with the Atlanta Falcons, Detroit Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars, Los Angeles Chargers and New York Jets this week.
Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin the show discussing the craziness that happened on Capitol Hill yesterday. The double standard in America is right in our face during these trying times. The Texans didn't want to interview Eric Bieniemy, despite the cries from Deshaun Watson.
Scott has a couple of issues with Sean McVay. Who should start for the Rams Saturday? Who will the Chargers hire as their next head coach to groom Justin Herbert? Callers have some hard opinions. Old guy QBs all around the NFL, Scott gives his take.
Max concerned for the Browns after COVID forces Kevin Stefanski and others to miss the game. Giant's head coach, Joe Judge, was no fan of Doug Pederson's tanking. Don't look now but the Knicks are the hottest team in New York. Where should Eric Bieniemy land?
Key ranks the NFL head coaching vacancies. That Chargers' job is really, really good. Jeff Saturday joins the show to talk about Doug Pederson & Carson Wentz. Plus, do the Bears have a shot vs. the Saints this weekend?
What You Need to Know about the guys' remarkable college benders in addition to Lakers, Clippers and Dodgers moments for Previously on Sedano and LZ. ESPN's Rams reporter Lindsey Thiry joins the guys to talk about will the injured Jared Goff play in the upcoming playoff game against the Seahawks, the great execution of the defense and more. Dodgers additions and the competition, the guys discuss; then they make their New Years Lakers resolutions.
Max still can't believe Doug Pederson pulled Jalen Hurts to give the backup a look. Callers on NFL head coaching vacancies...Max on if you should have faith in the Browns vs the Steelers. Max feels the Rams have a QB controversy heading into the playoffs. Does Steph have to go off for the ?Warriors to have a 'shot'?
The Chargers have an ace in the hole with their rookie quarterback, and maximizing his potential is something Anthony Lynn's replacement must do.
Stephen A, Max and Ryan Clark debate what Steph Curry's 62 point game means, what's next for the Eagles and if Derrick Henry is the most valuable non quarterback in the league.
The Chargers fired coach Anthony Lynn after he went 7-9 this season, including a four-game winning streak to end the season. He was 33-31 in four seasons as coach.
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Justin Herbert's 332.8 fantasy points are the second-most by any rookie quarterback in history, trailing only Cam Newton's 370.3 in 2011.