According to a report today from Jay Glazer, the Chargers are expected to part ways with head coach Anthony Lynn.
In his first two seasons leading the team, in 2017 and 2018, Lynn went a combined 21-11, including a trip to the playoffs in his second year where they lost to the Patriots in the AFC title game.
The past two seasons have seen Lynn and the Chargers slip to 5-11 and they are 6-9 so far this season.
Overall, Lynn has gone 32-31 in four seasons heading into their season finale today today, and Jay Glazer believes that Lynn is meeting with team ownership on Monday and that record won't be enough to bring him back for another season.
Over the past 24 hours, a number of NFL head coaching moves have been reported as "expected" to happen, including the Jets and Jaguars moving in a new direction while Doug Pederson is expected to return in Philly. Meanwhile there are officially openings in Atlanta, Detroit and Houston at the moment.
With a premier TV market and really promising young talent on the roster like quarterback Justin Herbert, the Chargers could be an attractive destination to some quality coaches.
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