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Charles London
Offensive Assistant/Quality Control

Biography

Charles London enters his first season with the Titans as offensive assistant/quality control coach.

London arrives in Tennessee after one season (2010) as a pro scout for the Philadelphia Eagles and three years (2007-09) as an offensive assistant with the Chicago Bears. His first year with the Bears was as a quality control coach on offense and his final two years were as offensive assistant/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. During the summer of 2005, as part of the NFL’s Minority Internship program, he did a coaching internship with the New England Patriots.

Prior to entering the coaching world, London gained experience as an Events Manager for Disney’s Wide World of Sports from 1998-99, Stadium Assistant Manager for the Cleveland Browns from 1999-2001 and Director of Stadium Operations for Gillette Stadium from 2001-04.
As a player at Duke (1994-96), London saw action in 34 games at running back over three years for the Blue Devils and also lettered as a sprinter for the track team. Duke’s 1994 team earned a berth in the Hall of Fame Bowl. As a player, London also earned the team’s Trinity Teammate Award and Carmen Falcone Award for excellence in athletics and academics in 1996 and the College Football Hall of Fame Foundation Award in 1997. Additionally, he was a member of the ACC Honor Roll in 1996-97. London earned an undergraduate degree in political science from Duke in 1997 and a graduate degree in humanities in 2006.

Born in Dunwoody, Ga., London currently lives in Nashville.

Charles London Coaching Ledger:
2011: Offensive Assistant/Quality Control, Tennessee Titans
2008-09: Offensive Assistant/Assistant Wide Receivers, Chicago Bears
2007: Offensive Assistant/Quality Control, Chicago Bears
2006: Running Backs, Duke
2004-05: Graduate Assistant, Duke

Charles London enters his first season with the Titans as offensive assistant/quality control coach.

London arrives in Tennessee after one season (2010) as a pro scout for the Philadelphia Eagles and three years (2007-09) as an offensive assistant with the Chicago Bears. His first year with the Bears was as a quality control coach on offense and his final two years were as offensive assistant/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. During the summer of 2005, as part of the NFL’s Minority Internship program, he did a coaching internship with the New England Patriots.

Prior to entering the coaching world, London gained experience as an Events Manager for Disney’s Wide World of Sports from 1998-99, Stadium Assistant Manager for the Cleveland Browns from 1999-2001 and Director of Stadium Operations for Gillette Stadium from 2001-04.
As a player at Duke (1994-96), London saw action in 34 games at running back over three years for the Blue Devils and also lettered as a sprinter for the track team. Duke’s 1994 team earned a berth in the Hall of Fame Bowl. As a player, London also earned the team’s Trinity Teammate Award and Carmen Falcone Award for excellence in athletics and academics in 1996 and the College Football Hall of Fame Foundation Award in 1997. Additionally, he was a member of the ACC Honor Roll in 1996-97. London earned an undergraduate degree in political science from Duke in 1997 and a graduate degree in humanities in 2006.

Born in Dunwoody, Ga., London currently lives in Nashville.

Charles London Coaching Ledger:
2011: Offensive Assistant/Quality Control, Tennessee Titans
2008-09: Offensive Assistant/Assistant Wide Receivers, Chicago Bears
2007: Offensive Assistant/Quality Control, Chicago Bears
2006: Running Backs, Duke
2004-05: Graduate Assistant, Duke

 

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