Dec 29, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers head coach Mike McCoy celebrates the Chargers 27-24 overtime win over the Kansas City Chiefs at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Stan Liu-USA TODAY Sports

The San Diego Chargers Complete Coaching Staff


The San Diego Chargers filled the last couple of holes in their coaching staff on Monday. The King as Assistant LB Coach” href=”http://boltbeat.com/2014/02/03/chargers-bring-bobby-king-assistant-lb-coach/”>Chargers signed Bobby King to be the assistant linebacker coach from the Houston Texans staff. The team promoted Nick Sirianni to be the new quarterback coach for the team. The team also added Shane Steichen to become the quality control-offense on the team after a year with the Cleveland Browns.

Sirianni had been promoted after spending time as a quality control assistant with the team. He gets the chance to work with Philip Rivers and Frank Reich and should gain a lot of experience from those guys.

Steichen had been with the Chargers staff before, but left to join Norv Turner with the Cleveland Browns. After that whole coaching staff was dismantled, the team has brought him back on the staff.

Here is the complete list of the Chargers coaching staff:
Head Coach…………………………. Mike McCoy
Offensive Coordinator………….. Frank Reich
Defensive Coordinator………….. John Pagano
Special Teams Coordinator……. Kevin Spencer
Linebackers…………………………. Joe Barry
Offensive Line…………………….. Joe D’Alessandris
Wide Receivers……………………. Fred Graves
Defensive Line…………………….. Don Johnson
Strength & Conditioning………… Kent Johnston
Tight Ends……………………………. Pete Metzelaars
Secondary……………………………. Ron Milus
Quarterbacks……………………….. Nick Sirianni
Running Backs……………………… Ollie Wilson

Assistant Special Teams………… Craig Auckerman
Assistant Offensive Line………. Andrew Dees
Asst. Strength & Conditioning… Rick Lyle
Assistant Linebackers…………… Bobby King
Assistant Secondary……………… Greg Williams
Quality Control—Defense…….. Chad Grimm
Quality Control—Offense……… Shane Steichen
Coaching Administrative Assistant…….Mark Ridgley

H/T Chargers.com

 

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  • Derek

    I wanna tlk about don Johnson. I think he should have to explain himself for the lack of development of our dline. I’m cool with the new qc coach and qb coach because the old ones didn’t leave so any miscommunication or difficulty in transition should be eased by that

    • Cgoodness13

      I can’t really think of anything that could be his fault, our D scheme has the DLine playing the pass essentially rendering the 3-4 useless.

      • arnie

        That’s the thing, the 3-4 was made to put pressure on the QB because he didn’t know where the 4th man was coming from.

      • Derek

        Cam Thomas was the oldest member on the d line and still looks exactly the same as when he was drafted development wise. Regardless of run or pass the nt is supposed to own the middle wether it’s following the pulling guard or blowing up the center. Too often I saw cam being blocked by one man or getting driven back. Reyes loses contain occasionally which I hope he fixes and liuget I hope won’t disappear for 2-3 games in a row but that could have been an injury

      • Derek

        The nt job is to take on 2 men or make a play I’ve only seen free agents come here n do that nobody has developed here nt wise

  • arnie

    I can see some coaching changes are still in order.

  • Gunnar Martin

    I like the staff except for maybe Milus, but I’ll give him another shot to redeem himself ;)

  • vct

    very curious if SEA will be able to retain most of their coaches/starters.

    • arnie

      Probably not? But that’s a year or two down the road. See it’s not one or three guys that make it work. Most of those players were found in the lower rounds. A system is in place of succession, just like here. Performance is the reason why they play.