Chargers Also Retaining OC Ken Whisenhunt

Update:

The Los Angeles Chargers confirmed that they’ve re-signed OC Ken Whisenhunt and DC Gus Bradley.

Dan Woike of the LA Times, citing a Chargers’ spokesman, studies that the Chargers are retaining OC Ken Whisenhunt, whose contract has expired.

The Chargers simply renewed the expiring contract of DC Gus Bradley with a three-year deal, and it now seems the crew has turned their focus to Whisenhunt. (NFLTR)

Whisenhunt, 55, started his NFL teaching profession with the Ravens again in 1997 as their tight ends coach. He had temporary stints with the Browns and Jets earlier than being employed by the Steelers in 2001.

After working his solution to offensive coordinator, Whisenhunt departed for the Cardinals’ head-coaching job in 2007 and truly led them to a Super Bowl earlier than he was fired after the 2012 season.

Whisenhunt spent one yr with the Chargers earlier than he as soon as once more landed a head-coaching job, this time with the Titans. Unfortunately, it was a brief keep for him in Tennessee as he was fired after two years and later returned because the Chargers’ offensive coordinator in 2016.

In 2017, the Chargers have been No. four in complete yards, No. 13 in factors scored, No. 24 in dashing yards and No. 1 in passing yards.

We will present extra info on the size of Whisenhunt’s deal when the information is out there.

 

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