Chargers complete interview with Joe Brady for head coach position

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The Chargers have completed an interview with Panthers offensive coordinator Joe Brady, according to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport.

After serving as LSU’s passing game coordinator in 2019, Brady made the leap to the NFL, where he was the Panthers offensive coordinator this past season.

Here’s a glance at the offensive production under Brady:

LSU (2019)

  • Yards per game: 568.4 (1st)

  • Points per game: 48.4 (1st)

  • Passing yards per game: 401.6 (2nd)

  • First downs per game: 27.9 (2nd)

Panthers (2020)

  • Yards per game: 349.5 (21st)

  • Points per game: 21.9 (24th)

  • Passing yards per game: 243 (18th)

  • First downs per game: 20.9 (21st)

Before joining the Tigers’ staff, the 31-year spent two seasons working as an offensive assistant under Saints head coach Sean Payton.

Los Angeles has already completed an interview with Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy. On Friday, the team is slated to interview Giants OC Jason Garrett. The day after, they interview 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh. On Monday, L.A. will speak with Colts DC Matt Eberflus.