The Tennessee Titans have hired Eagles pro scout Charles London to be their new offensive assistant/quality control coach. London will be a part of new head coach Mike Munchak's staff replacing Richie Wessman, who was not retained from former head coach Jeff Fisher's staff.
London arrives in Tennessee after one season as a pro scout for the Eagles and three years as an offensive assistant with the Chicago Bears from 2007-09. His first year with the Bears was as a quality control coach on offense and his final two years were as an assistant wide receivers coach.
London also has three years (2004-06) of coaching experience at his alma mater, Duke. He spent his first two years as a graduate assistant and his final year as the running backs coach. As a player at Duke, London played in 34 games at running back over three years for the Blue Devils and also lettered as a sprinter for the track team.
The Eagles have not announced any replacements for London at this time.
-- Posted by Chris McPherson, 11:24 a.m., March 5