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According to Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians, the Chargers head coaching job is more attractive now that the organization has hired former Colts VP of football operations Tom Telesco as their new GM, per Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star.
“I would be now that Tommy’s there,’’ Arians said when asked if he was interested in the Chargers. “I think so much of (the) success that teams have are great relationships between the general manager and head coach. And it’s not who has control of the roster. It’s how do we get the best players?
It’s obvious why Arians is interested in the Chargers job as he’s familiar with Telesco and his philosophy towards building a roster. Philip Rivers should also make the job more appealing given that he has had success in the past and head coaching jobs rarely come with even a decent quarterback on their roster.
Rarely do we ever see interim head coaches be as successful as Arians was in place of Chuck Pagano. Now that Telesco is in charge of ...
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Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star reports that the San Diego Chargers have hired Colts director of player personnel Tom Telesco as their next general manager.
The Chargers were also considering their own director of player personnel Jimmy Raye for the job, but Telesco was a pretty hot name and he could help them lure Colts’ offensive coordinator Bruce Arians to San Diego...
The San Diego Chargers have hired Tom Telesco from the Indianapolis Colts to replace fired general manager A.J. Smith.
Telesco is to be introduced at an afternoon news conference.
Telesco has been vice president of football operations for the Colts.
His first task with the Chargers will be to help select a new coach to replace Norv Turner, who was fired along with Smith on Dec...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the San DIego Chargers will interview Lovie Smith for their head coaching vacancy.
Smith is the best candidate that’s available and would really help the Chargers defense that hasn’t been the same over the past few years.
A lot of people still feel like Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians will end up as the Chargers’ new head...
3 years ago everyone was calling for Norv Turner to be fired because of the Chargers’ tendency to have strong regular seasons and then choke in the playoffs every year. I bet the Chargers would trade the last three years for that. Over the last 3 years, the Chargers have begun their underachieving earlier, missing the playoffs in all 3 seasons.
On one hand, things are looking up...
Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy interviewed with the Cardinals late last week, and while he was not made available to the Phoenix media afterwards, he did have this to say to the Denver Post and other Denver media outlets on Wednesday:
"We told the teams up front at our meetings -- we told them ahead of time -- that our No. 1 focus is to keep moving on with the tournament...
Hall of Famer Junior Seau took his own life in May of 2012. His family donated his brain to the National Institute of Health in Washington, D.C. to see if repeated head trama from years of football was a contributing factor. The former linebacker for the San Diego Chargers, Miami Dolphins, and New England Patriots [...]
Among all the firings of coaches and general managers around the league last week, there were three I thought were noteworthy regarding their success against the Titans. Those three are former Chargers G.M. A.J. Smith and coach Norv Turner and former Bears coach Lovie Smith.
As we painfully recall, the Chargers and Bears each humiliated the Titans in 2012, by scores of 38-10...
Chudzinski worked with Cam Newton the past two seasons with the Panthers. It is been rumored that former Chargers coach Norv Turner will join Chudzinski as the offensive coordinator.
After news broke that Rob Chudzinski was the Browns new head coach, reports also surfaced that Norv Turner, fresh off his firing as head coach in San Diego, would be the Browns new offensive coordinator.
2012 was a frustrating season for Chargers QB Phillip Rivers, can he turn it around for your fantasy team in 2013?
A few months ago in his weekly Stock Report, Ryan McDowell broached the concept of roster cloggers. As Ryan stated, these are the types of players “stuck on the end of your bench who are not actually deserving of a roster spot.” In these cases, it’s an easy...