The Super Bowl-winning team of the Rams will remain together in the future. Coach Sean McVay said at his press conference on Tuesday that he extended his contract with the team over the offseason.
The information is more significant than a coach merely getting a raise. After the Rams’ victory over the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl LVI, there was a reasonable suspicion McVay may leave coaching to go into broadcasting.
That McVay, 36, might do so was no longer a worry thanks to the deal. After failing to take home a Lombardi Trophy in Super Bowl LIII, McVay succeeded in his second effort, making him one of the NFL’s youngest head coaches. Because of McVay’s extension, a contract for general manager Les Snead should also be anticipated. He has been a member of the Rams for ten years, and it appears that he won’t be leaving anytime soon.