The Chargers have requested an interview with the Giants’ offensive coordinator Jason Garrett, like Ian Rapoport of NFL.com tweets. The former Cowboys head coach is said to be one of many candidates to be interviewed following the dismissal of Anthony Lynn.
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Garrett posted a regular season record of 85-67 for the Cowboys in nine seasons. Although they missed out in the playoffs, Garrett remains a highly respected offensive spirit. He also played quarterback in the league for almost 15 years, making him a solid choice to develop the youngster. Justin Herbert. Of course, last year wasn’t a banner season for the Giants, but there’s a lot of blame to be done in northern New Jersey.
The Chargers will also look to interview Bills’ offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, according to Tom Pelissero of NFL.com (on Twitter). Daboll is also targeted by the Jets, who were able to observe closely Josh Allentransformation of 2020.
So far, the Chargers have put at least three candidates on their HC roster in the offensive coordinator of Garrett, Daboll and Titans. Arthur Smith. It should be noted that the competition for Smith will be fierce – all six teams with openings have requested to meet the 38-year-old.
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