Chargers And Rams Have Found New Head Coaches

A lot of head coaches are getting fired at the end of the NFL regular season. When the expectations are not met, coaches are the first to pay for that. Both Chargers and Rams have fired their head coaches at the end or during their season. Now, they have found the replacements.

In addition to moving from San Diego to Los Angeles, the Chargers have finally found a guy that is going to replace McCoy. His name is Anthony Lynn as their new head coach. He was the offensive coordinator under Rex Ryan for the Buffalo Bills.

Just four months ago, Lynn was working under Bills’ offensive coordinator Greg Roman. Rex chose Lynn over Roman after two losses to start the season. Then, after Rex got fired, Lynn was promoted to head coach during Week 17.

A squad that has just recently relocated to Los Angeles also found their new head coach. Rams have decided to hire Sean McVay for that position. McVay signed a five-year deal with the team, a source informed NFL Network Insider’S Ian Rapoport.

He started off as a tight ends coach and was promoted to the offensive coordinator position back in 2014. Redskins’ offense was ranked 3rd in yards per game. They had a good season, and that’s what landed him this job.

The 30-year-old former Redskins offensive coordinator turns 31 this January, making him the youngest NFL head coach in the modern history of the NFL. Lane Kiffin held that record as the was hired by the Raiders back in 2007.