SAN DIEGO (CBSLA.com) Andy Reid knows he will most likely get fired by Philadelphia after two disappointing season, but according a NBC Sports, Reid has started to lineup a coaching staff for the job in San Diego, who also plan to fire Norv Turner and GM AJ Smith after Sunday’s game.
Turner has failed to take the Chargers to playoffs the last three years and Reid, the last two.
If Reid, who lives in San Diego, takes the job with the Chargers, he will not have as much power he had in Philadelphia since Bolts owner Dean Spanos wants to pass down more power to Jimmy Raye (the current player personnel director) and son, John Spanos (the current director of college scouting).
“The Chargers have been near the top of their division for years and have a former Pro Bowl quarterback in his prime in Philip Rivers,” CBS Sports’ Jason La Confora wrote. “Reid is a native of Southern California, has a gorgeous home on the beach in the San Diego area and is known to love the area. Plus, as some close to him note, the media and fan climate in San Diego is vastly different from the cauldron that he has worked in.”