Coach Andy Reid, who’s expected to part ways with the
Philadelphia Eagles following the season, wants to coach the San Diego
Chargers, reports Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk.
The Los Angeles native wants to coach the Chargers,
according to a league source. Per the source, Reid is making his
intentions known as he lines up a potential coaching staff — part of the “multi-level
musical chairs” tournament unfolding throughout the league.
It’s been reported that Reid doesn’t want to take a year off
from coaching, as some recent high-profile coaches have done after stepping
away from the profession. Reid, a Los Angeles native, has made his intentions
known as he lines up a potential coaching staff, according to Florio.
Reid has spent 14 seasons with the Eagles. While he has won
more than 60 percent of the games he’s coached in Philly, Reid hasn’t won a
Super Bowl and is in the midst of a 4-11 season.
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