Good morning, Chargers fans!
The Bolts completed their fifth interview this week for their offensive coordinator opening with the latest being with Titans tight ends coach Luke Steckel.
The 37-year old is a Princeton graduate that’s highly respected among the Titans coaching staff. He’s been with Tennessee since the 2013 season where he began as an offensive assistant and special assistant to the head coach. He was promoted to assistant wide receivers coach in 2017 before going back to an offensive assistant from 2018-2020. Most recently, he was promoted to tight ends coach ahead of the 2021 season.
And now for today’s links.
Which Chargers player was the most improved in 2022? (Chargers.com)
Positional recap of the Chargers tight ends from the 2022 season (Chargers.com)
Tom Telesco believes the adversity faced by Justin Herbert in 2022 with be a great teacher (Chargers Wire)
Chargers 2019 draft grades now that their rookie contracts are expiring (Bolt Beat)
10 players who should get PAID this offseason (NFL.com)
What to know about the NFC Championship game (ESPN)
Could future conference championship games be split between Sunday and Monday? (Pro Football Talk)
How the Giants and Saquon Barkley can work out a new deal (CBS Sports)
Patrick Mahomes was a full participant in practice (CBS Sports)
The five things that explain the Eagles’ success (The Ringer)