Bradley never had a winning season with the Jaguars and was sacked on December 18 with two games remaining in the team's 2016 season.
The now Los Angeles Chargers have named former Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley as the new defensive coordinator. Bradley, 50, began his National Football League coaching career as a defensive quality control assistant in 2006 with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, He was a Buccaneers linebackers coach until he became the defensive coordinator for the Seattle Seahawks in 2009.
Bradley had strong ties to members of the Redskins' organization, having coached Seattle's defense while Scot McCloughan worked in the Seahawks' front office. Even with holes in the defense and a slew of young players to develop in 2016, Bradley still had Jacksonville's defense performing respectably.
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Bradley, 50, initially wasn't interested in the 49ers when it became clear they weren't going to hire his former colleague, Seahawks offensive line coach Tom Cable as their head coach.
Bradley now enters an interesting situation in San Diego where he again has some talented pieces, but also glaring holes.
Lynn said this week that he is retaining offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt, who called plays for the Pittsburgh Steelers when they won Super Bowl XL. Sure, he has a budding star in Joey Bosa and a player in the secondary like Casey Hayward to work with, but there are still plenty of shortcomings as well.