By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Los Angeles Rams have received good news. Head Coach Sean McVay has informed those within the organization that he would return in 2023.
McVay, who had been the Rams’ head coach since 2017, had been considering his future since the end of the season. He allegedly did not want to be a part of a Rams’ rebuilding phase that may take several years.
Earlier this week, McVay allegedly informed the coaches on his staff that they could seek employment elsewhere. However, with the news breaking on Friday that McVay would be returning, his coaching staff should remain close to the same.
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“Sean McVay informed the team he is excited to return next season,” the Rams said in a tweet.
The team has already lost one assistant coach. Liam Coen has returned to the University of Kentucky. He will be the Wildcats’ offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
Coen spent one season with the Rams as their offensive coordinator. He came to Los Angeles before the 2022 season after serving as the Wildcats’ offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach in 2021.
He was also an assistant coach with the Rams under McVay from 2018 through 2020. From 2018 through 2019, he was their assistant wide receivers coach.
In 2020, Coen was their assistant quarterbacks’ coach.
The 36-year-old McVay is 60-38 as an NFL head coach, all with the Rams. This past season, he guided the team to a 5-12 record.
This was the first losing season of his career as a head coach. The Rams had a lot of injuries that hampered the team.
Before the 2022 season, McVay guided the team to the playoffs in four of the five seasons. During the 2021 season, the Rams advanced all the way to the Super Bowl.
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They defeated the Cincinnati Bengals at SoFi Stadium. This was the second time in NFL history that a team has won the Super Bowl in their home stadium.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were the first to do it during the 2021 season. They defeated the Kansas City Chiefs to win the Super Bowl.
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