Adam Schefter reports that the Chargers are re-signing Gus Bradley to a three-year contract.
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Ian Rapoport reports that the Chargers are expected to retain Gus Bradley as their defensive coordinator.
Adam Schefter reported earlier today that the Packers requested permission to interview Bradley for their defensive coordinator job, so it appears that Los Angeles is making it a priority to keep him.
According to Schefter, Bradley also has interest from other teams including the Seahawks.
Bradley, 51, began his NFL coaching career with the Buccaneers back in 2006 as their linebackers coach. After three years in Tampa Bay, Bradley departed to become the defensive coordinator of the Seahawks.
The Jaguars hired Bradley as their head coach in 2013 and he spent the next four years in Jacksonville before he was fired.
Last year, the Chargers hired Bradley as their defensive coordinator but he elected to sign just a one-year contract to hopefully set himself up for a better position this offseason.
In four years with the Jaguars, Bradley produced a record of 14-47 (23 percent) and no playoff appearances.