Latest Announcement From San Diego Chargers

After the seemingly emotional farewell game of San Diego Chargers to their fans from San Diego, the team management have made some changes to its structure and big announces.

They have fired their team offensive coordinator and now several coaches are also in the line.

The San Diego Chargers announced Monday that six coaches will not return for the 2016 season. They include Offensive Coordinator Frank Reich, Offensive Line Coach Joe D’Alessandris, Tight Ends Coach Pete Metzelaars, Wide Receivers Coach Fred Graves, Defensive Line Coach Don Johnson and Assistant Offensive Line Coach Andrew Dees.

That leaves a few coaches safe, including Defensive Coordinator John Pagano and LB coach Mike Nolan.

What does this mean for the future of the team? The 2016 Chargers? It means that, quite simply, the team is still believing their own bullshit while also kowtowing to media pressure. Credits: San Diego Chargers announce six coaches fired – Bolts From The …

It seems that the team is under chaos and going nowhere. Apart from these firing and all that, the team had also filed a relocation to Los Angeles.

There are actually 3 NFL teams that applied to move to Los Angeles.

The Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers and St. Louis Rams all have applied to relocate to Los Angeles, the NFL said Monday night.

It’s not a total surprise that the Raiders and Chargers would set their sights on LA. (The Chargers have tried nine times in 14 years for a new stadium in San Diego.) Sources told the San Diego Union Tribune that the two teams are scheming to share a new facility in Carson — which would mean LA could go from zero to two (two!) football teams for the 2016 season. The Rams reportedly pitched a stadium in Inglewood. Credits: 3 NFL Teams Just Applied To Move To Los Angeles – Huffington Post

However, even if this season is so worst to the chargers, their head coach will remain to the team.

The San Diego Chargers have announced that Mike McCoy will remain in the head coach role for a fourth season. Team president John Spanos said in a letter posted to the team’s website that while they are disappointed with the results of the 2015 season, Spanos, McCoy and general manager Tom Telesco have already begun evaluating the changes that must be made to improve in 2016. Credits: Chargers keep Mike McCoy as head coach despite his worst season …

We believe that San Diego chargers will get through and get back their feet in the next season.

As long as the team are still able and willing to fight, there is no reason they won’t make it next time around.