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25.12.2019 03:23
Chargers offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt Antworten

was last a head coach in 2015 , but his alma mater is interested in bringing him home to replace Paul Johnson.Johnson announced his retirement from Georgia Tech on Wednesday.Adam Rittenberg of ESPN reports that Whisenhunt is “a top candidate” to replace Johnson.Whisenhunt, 56, started his college career as a quarterback at Georgia Tech before switching to tight end. He played there from 1980-84, making 82 catches for 1,264 yards and seven touchdowns.He received his first chance as an offensive coordinator with the Steelers in 2004 and parlayed that into his first head coaching job. From 2007 to 2012 with the Cardinals, Whisenhunt went 45-51 Philip Rivers Jersey , with two playoff berths and a Super Bowl appearance.Whisenhunt was the Chargers’ offensive coordinator in 2013 before the Titans hired him as their head coach. He went 3-20 before Tennessee fired him in the middle of the 2015 season.Whisenhunt returned to the Chargers as offensive coordinator in 2016.The Chargers currently rank sixth in yards and seventh in points, with quarterback Philip Rivers an MVP candidate.Whisenhunt’s only college coaching experience came as an assistant at Vanderbilt in 1995-96. When Philip Rivers made his first NFL start in 2006, Matthew Stafford was just starting his freshman year at Georgia.Rivers has never missed a start since stepping on the field for the Chargers on that September afternoon and, barring an anvil falling on his head, he’ll make his 210th straight start against the Lions this weekend. That will tie Eli Manning, who was traded for Rivers on draft day in 2004 Womens Kellen Winslow Jersey , for the second longest streak by a quarterback in NFL history.Stafford knows a thing or two about showing up every week as he’ll be making his 130th straight start this weekend and that leaves him as a member of the Philip Rivers fan club.“I got a lot of respect for him as a player,” Stafford said, via the . “He’s a great quarterback, does a great job, I think underappreciated in a lot of aspects. And obviously like you said, the guy shows up for his team every week. Played in the AFC championship game with a torn ACL , which is incredible. I’m sure has played through a million other things that nobody knows about, too. Got to give him a lot of credit. Guy’s there, week in and week out and he’s playing at a high level. It’s impressive.”Rivers’s appreciation level would rise if he could find his way to a Super Bowl. Stafford and the Lions would like to put a bump in that road by beating the Chargers in Detroit this Sunday.

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