The Chargers announced at the beginning of the month that Pep Hamilton would join the Bolts' coaching staff as the team's quarterbacks coach.

Hamilton, who has over a decade of experience coaching in the NFL, most recently served as the general manager and head coach of the DC Defenders in the XFL.

But now nearly a month into his current gig, Hamilton discussed why he wanted to join this staff, thoughts about the quarterbacks room and more.

On Joining the Chargers

"It feels great to be a part of a franchise that has high expectations. Having the quarterback group we have and working for coach (Anthony) Lynn is something I'm looking forward to. The opportunity to work for Coach Lynn's staff, and a franchise that expects to win, that was intriguing for me. I was excited when Coach Lynn first reached out … he laid out his expectations which is not only to win, but to have sustained success. (Offensive coordinator) Shane Steichen's been great. He's a bright football mind and the sky's the limit for the offense."