|Title||Running backs coach|
August 12, 1975|
|Alma mater||Duke University|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|2007–2009||Chicago Bears (OQC)|
|2011||Tennessee Titans (OA/QC)|
|2012-2013||Penn State (RB)|
|2014-present||Houston Texans (RB)|
High school years
London played running back at Duke University. He appeared 34 games during his career, with his most successful season coming in 1995. During the 1995 season, London rushed 62 times for 291 yards and 5 touchdowns.
On March 1, 2007, London was hired by the Chicago Bears as the offensive quality control coach. While the announcement that the tenure of quality control coaches London and Luke Butkus would end came on the same day as the public learned that several Bears' offensive coaches would be fired, leading to speculation that London and Butkus were fired for performance issues, the team would later clarify that the quality control coaches were signed to contracts set to expire after the 2009/10 season, regardless of the team's final standing.
Charles London has been hired by the Tennessee Titans as of 2011. On January 8, 2012, it was announced that London would join the Penn State University football program as a running backs coach.
When Bill O'Brien left Penn State to become the Head Coach of the Houston Texans in 2014, London came with him and became the Running backs Coach of the Texans.