Departures: Ken Whisenhunt (hired as Titans head coach), Jason Michael (hired as Titans OC)
Promotions: Frank Reich (promoted to OC), Nick Sirianni (promoted to QBs coach)
Additions: Bobby King (hired as assistant LBs coach), Shane Steichen (hired as QC offense), Pete Metzelaars (hired as TEs coach)
Overview: In one season with San Diego, Whisenhunt helped Philip Rivers turn his career around while successfully transforming the Chargers offense into one of the league's best in 2013. Given that success in such a short time, Whisenhunt was highly sought after by teams looking to fill their head-coaching vacancies, and he settled on Tennessee, where he'll attempt to help Jake Locker like he did Rivers.
While the culture on offense will change in 2014, don't expect Reich to pull back the punches. In his first address to the media, Reich touched on his philosophy for the offense:
I think you have to be an aggressive play caller. That doesn't mean more passes than runs. It means situational football, knowing what to do, how to take advantage of it and trusting your players to be able to do what you call.
I love everything about the no-huddle. I have been involved with it for a lot of years. I always have looked at it like a prize fight. You are a heavyweight champion and you get in there and you have to dictate the pace of the fight.
What's left to be done: The 2014 coaching staff was finalized in early February.