Albert Breer tabs front-runner for Chargers’ offensive coordinator place

The Chargers are within the thick of interviews as they’re diligently trying to discover their subsequent offensive coordinator.

The interview checklist is now as much as six, and it may very properly continue to grow. However there may be one candidate who stands above the remainder that Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer sees in the end getting the job.

Breer pegged Rams quarterbacks coach/passing recreation coordinator Zac Robinson as the favourite to be Los Angeles’ OC.

I’d name Rams pass-game coordinator/quarterbacks coach Zac Robinson the front-runner for the Chargers’ OC job. Keep in mind, Brandon Staley needed to rent Kevin O’Connell from Sean McVay’s employees in 2021, and O’Connell was blocked from going. Robinson, as a former NFL QB, brings quite a lot of the identical qualities O’Connell, together with the system, from McVay that I consider Staley would ideally wish to have Justin Herbert operating.

In his end-of-season press convention, head coach Brandon Staley talked about that he would like to rent somebody fluent within the Sean McVay/Kyle Shanahan offensive system. And Robinson has 4 years of working beneath McVay.

Along with having in depth data of the McVay offense, Robinson has a agency grasp of the passing recreation and the mentorship and improvement of quarterbacks as a former signal-caller himself, which might go a protracted option to getting essentially the most out of Justin Herbert.

Robinson accomplished his interview with the Chargers on Monday, Jan. 23.

Story originally appeared on Chargers Wire

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