The Los Angeles Chargers have announced that they have parted ways with Anthony Lynn:
Statement from Dean Spanos pic.twitter.com/aR8z0OqnEG
— Los Angeles Chargers (@Chargers) January 4, 2021
Lynn went 32-32 in four seasons with the Chargers. The Chargers now join the Jaguars, Lions, Jets, Texans, and Falcons as franchises with head coach openings.
Aside from the Jaguars, who have about $100 million in cap space and are expected to select Trevor Lawrence first overall, this Chargers opening might be the most appealing one out there. Justin Herbert looks like a star quarterback in the making, and he still has three years remaining on his rookie contract. Throw in living in Los Angeles and playing in a new stadium, and the Chargers should be able to attract a high-level candidate for the job.