The Los Angeles Rams have confirmed Sean McVay will proceed to educate the crew in 2023; Speculation had been rife that McVay was considering resigning following the primary dropping season of his profession
Last Updated: 13/01/23 10:41pm
Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay will stay in command of the facet in 2023
The Los Angeles Rams have confirmed head coach Sean McVay is dedicated to teaching the facet in 2023 following days of hypothesis that he deliberate to resign.
The youngest head coach in NFL historical past to win the Super Bowl has determined to not take a break from teaching after his Rams completed 5-12 within the worst season ever by a defending champion.
In a brief assertion launched on Friday, the Los Angeles Rams stated: “Sean McVay knowledgeable the crew he’s excited to return subsequent season.”
Rumours began to swirl about McVay’s future when he shared his reluctance to decide to the Rams for 2023 in his season-ending press convention on Monday, taking the unprecedented step of allowing assistant coaches to interview elsewhere.
Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay offers a passionate speech to his crew after their victory over the Las Vegas Raiders.
The Rams’ progressive offensive thoughts has additionally spoken steadily about his want to start out a broadcasting profession and was reportedly provided as a lot as $100m over 5 years to hitch the Amazon Prime NFL broadcast crew in 2022.
“Take the subsequent couple of days, actually have the ability to replicate and numerous conversations that can dictate and decide the choice that is greatest for me and my household,” McVay stated on Monday about when he would know his plans for subsequent yr.
Rams defensive coordinator Raheem Morris has a number of interviews lined as much as change into a head coach once more, together with with the Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos.
Kliff Kingsbury was fired Monday because the Arizona Cardinals cleaned home, and the Rams misplaced offensive coordinator Liam Coen on Tuesday. He returned to Kentucky to be the Wildcats’ OC, a place he held in 2021 earlier than leaping to the Rams.
Highlights of the Los Angeles Rams’ conflict with the Green Bay Packers in Week 15 of the NFL.
Other former McVay assistants embrace Green Bay Packers head coach Matt LaFleur, Los Angeles Chargers head coach Brandon Staley and University of Arizona head coach Jedd Fisch.