Matt Rhule is eyeing veteran coaches for his staff.
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Thursday former NFL head coaches Ben McAdoo and Mike McCoy are interviewing for positions with the Carolina Panthers, per sources informed of the situation.
The Athletic's Joe Person was first to report the development.
While it is unclear which role(s) McAdoo and McCoy are interviewing for, it is pertinent to note Rhule has not yet made a QBs coach hire.
Either job would be an intriguing option for the role, considering the Panthers QB room remains in flux heading into the offseason.
The Chargers parted ways with the McCoy after a 27-37 regular-season record and 1-1 record in the postseason in four seasons. McCoy served as offensive coordinator for the Broncos (2017) and Cardinals (2018) before his termination from both gigs. Joining the Panthers would be a homecoming for McCoy, who was on the coaching staff for eight years, including for the team's Super Bowl XXXVIII berth.