Lynn joins the Chargers after serving as the Buffalo Bills Assistant Head Coach and Running Backs Coach in 2015-16.
The longest-tenured assistant on the Chargers’ coaching staff, 2016 will mark John Pagano’s 15th season with the Chargers and his fifth as defensive coordinator.
In January, the Chargers reached an agreement with veteran NFL coach Ken Whisenhunt to return to the Chargers as offensive coordinator.
DeGuglielmo joined the Chargers in 2016 as assistant offensive line coach.
Graves previously spent the last three seasons as the team’s wide receivers coach, and boasts 39 years coaching the position both professionally and on the collegiate level.
Former NFL safety Chris Harris joined the Chargers in February 2016 as assistant secondary coach.
King is in his third season as assistant linebackers coach. King joined the Chargers after spending three seasons with the Houston Texans.
Lyle joined the Chargers in 2013 after four seasons as the assistant strength and conditioning coach with the Cleveland Browns.
John McNulty joined the Chargers in 2016 as the team’s tight ends coach.
Chargers Defensive Backs Coach Ron Milus added another Pro Bowl performer to his stable in 2015 when cornerback Jason Verrett made his first appearance in the NFL’s all-star contest.
Former Notre Dame quarterback Tommy Rees joined the Chargers in 2016 as an offensive assistant.
After four seasons as a special assistant in an administrative capacity and assisting with the running backs, Mark Ridgley was promoted to quality control coach in 2016.
Chris Shula is in his second season as the Chargers’ defensive quality control coach. He assists the defensive coaching staff and defensive line in many capacities.
After two seasons as quarterbacks coach, including a record-breaking 2015 season for quarterback Philip Rivers, Nick Sirianni will coach the Bolts’ wide receivers in 2016.
Giff Smith joins the Chargers from Tennessee, where he spent the last two years (2014-15) coaching the defensive line.
After five seasons as an assistant and quality control coach, Shane Steichen will coach quarterbacks for the Chargers in 2016.
Marquice Williams joined the Chargers in 2016 as assistant special teams coach.
One of the longest-tenured assistant coaches in franchise history, Ollie Wilson continues to demonstrate why he’s one of the most highly-regarded running backs coaches.