The NFL Stability Index - Danny Kelly
The Chargers have a new head coach (Anthony Lynn) whose creative run attack will alter the identity of the offense, a new defensive coordinator (Gus Bradley) who is going to change the defense from a 3–4 into a 4–3, and they also have a new city and a new logo. The only reason they aren’t 32nd on this list is that they still have a top-tier quarterback (Philip Rivers) to act as a counterbalance to all that upheaval.
LB Coach Richard Smith Proud to Be Part of "Very Impressive" Staff - Ricky Henne
"Last week I got home from the Super Bowl, and then flew out here and got right back at it. I’m ready to go to work. I’m familiar with the defense because we ran a similar one in Atlanta for the last two years. There are some differences, but it’s exciting to learn new ways to do things as Gus takes things to a different level."
Anthony Lynn Opens Up About His Coaching Staff - Chargers.com (video)
Chargers Head Coach Anthony Lynn talks about the process of putting together his staff, some of the new additions and more in a wide ranging interview.
Chargers stand to lose linebacker - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
Three years after the Chargers invested two draft picks in him, Attaochu’s NFL aptitude is still largely an unknown due to an array of leg injuries that have limited the Georgia Tech all-time sack leader to less than 17 percent of the defense’s snap counts in his first and third seasons.