Head Coach Sean McVay and General Manager Les Snead will be long with the Los Angeles Rams, the most recent Super Bowl champions.
McVay has en effect confirmed Tuesday at a press conference that he had a contract extension in his pocket. The California team, however, wants to settle with Snead before confirming everything.
“[Snead] and I have always been a pair, he said, according to the ESPN network. We wanted to be able to announce this when we were both done. [My contract] is settled. Snead is doing that.”
“It's something we've been dealing with, but it's very important to Snead and me that it's presented [that way], because we're in a partnership.”
The youngest driver in NFL history when he was hired, McVay has led the Rams to two Super Bowl games since taking charge of the club. If he couldn't avoid a 13-3 loss to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl 53, he lifted the Vince-Lombardi trophy at the end of the last campaign by virtue of a gain of 23 at 20 against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Now 37, McVay is 55-26 in five seasons with the Rams.
Snead is CEO of the organization since February 2012, when the team was still based in St. Louis.