Sean McVay would stay in place

Sean McVay would stay in place


Having decided to take some time off after a difficult year at the helm of the Los Angeles Rams, Sean McVay informed the team's general staff that he would remain head coach.

The news was confirmed Friday afternoon by the organization. According to the NFL Network, the 36-year-old driver, who is under contract until 2026, would like to make some changes to the coaching staff for the next season.

Monday, the day after the The Rams' last game, a 19-16 loss to the Seattle Seahawks, McVay said he wanted to “take the appropriate time” to think about his future, but he wasn't done with coaching.

Under his supervision, the City of Angels team won the Super Bowl in 2021. The return to earth was tough, as the Rams went on to maintain a low 5-point record -12. Injuries to the team's main stars, Matthew Stafford, Aaron Donald and Cooper Kupp, didn't help.

In six seasons with the Rams, McVay has a record of 60 wins and 38 losses . They reached the playoffs four times during his reign.