Los Angeles Chargers general manager Tom Telesco was rewarded with a multi-year contract extension at the end of his team's 12-4 season and AFC Divisional Round appearance, per Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com.
Telesco, 46, has been the Bolts' general manager since 2013. The Chargers have made the playoffs twice during his tenure, with the 2018 campaign representing the team's apex in that span.
Telesco has seemingly made all the right moves of late. Under his watch, the Chargers have drafted numerous franchise building blocks, including defensive back Derwin James, edge-rusher Joey Bosa, wideout Keenan Allen, running back Melvin Gordon, cornerback Desmond King and wideout Mike Williams.