According to reports, Sean McVay was involved in contract negotiations with the Los Angeles Rams during the offseason. These efforts seem to have paid off. The Rams have officially decided to hire a young head coach.
The Los Angeles Rams officially announced that they will extend Sean McVay’s contract through the 2026 season. Les Snead, the GM of the Los Angeles Rams, will also be getting a new contract. He will remain in Los Angeles until 2026.
The Rams made a notable decision, fresh from a Super Bowl win and looking to retain their title. Tonight, Los Angeles will open the 2022 season against the Bills of Buffalo.
“General manager Les Snead, and head coach Sean McVay, have agreed to extend their contracts, keeping two key Rams leaders with the club through 2026,” stated Stu Jackson via Rams.com. McVay and Snead have been working together since 2017 and helped Los Angeles win Super Bowl LVII. They also won four NFC West division division titles, two NFC Championships and a 55-26 regular-season record in the last five years. Since the Snead/McVay era, the Rams have had a winning record each year.
Sean McVay, who is just 36 years old, already has a Super Bowl under him. He has a bright future ahead of him.
The Rams will make a statement against the Bills on Thursday night in order to kick off the 2022 season.