The Philadelphia Eagles will close out another disappointing and miserable season against the New York Giants on Sunday. Andy Reid's tenure, which started in 1999, will come to an end with the final whistle as the team and coach both look for fresh starts.
Reid will certainly be in demand when he becomes a free agent coach, considering his long track record of success despite never being able to win the Super Bowl.
Over at CSNPhilly.com, there is a very interesting report that Reid already has a team in mind as he tries to move on to.
"[Reid] wants to coach the Chargers. Per the source, Reid is making his intentions known as he lines up a potential coaching staff -- part of the 'multi-level musical chairs' tournament unfolding throughout the league."
It would be a very interesting fit for both the San Diego Chargers and Reid. On one hand, both have been seen at times as underachieving. On the other hand, Reid could likely do wonders with Philip Rivers, who has been nothing short of bad the past two years.
Only time will tell if a match can be made, but it's definitely an interesting proposition.