Sean McVay tells Rams he will be back for 2023 season

Rams head coach Sean McVay started the week by saying he needed a few days of reflection before deciding whether to stay with the Rams or move forward with his aspirations of becoming a TV analyst.

McVay has finished reflecting and decided to stay with the Rams for a seventh season, a source confirmed to the Southern California News Group.

McVay told his coaching staff about his decision during a meeting Friday, according to multiple reports.

After concluding his first losing season as a head coach, McVay told reporters during a candid news conference Monday that he wants to eventually become a TV analyst but wasn’t sure whether now is the right time. The 36-year-old McVay also made it clear that he wasn’t done coaching.

“I’m 36 years old, OK,” McVay said Monday. “I have endless amounts of energy, still. It’s just a matter of, how do you make sure that as you move forward, you’re able to do it in the way that’s best for yourself, your wife, your family members, and then when you are in a role of this magnitude, doing it the way that you’re capable of. And that’s what I want to be able to answer yes to, and if you can do those things, I think a lot of clarity will come with that.”

McVay answered yes to his endless energy for coaching and now has to quickly assemble a coaching staff for the 2023 season. Liam Coen, the Rams’ offensive coordinator in 2022, left this week to return to Kentucky for the same role. Rams defensive coordinator Raheem Morris scheduled interviews with the Broncos and Colts for their head coach vacancies.

More to come on this story.



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