Sean McVay not ready to commit to returning to Rams next season

Sean McVay not ready to commit to returning to Rams next season

No one, ever, had won a Super Bowl as a head coach at 36 years of age, much less had led two and even less had thought about saying goodbye so early, there are even players who have retired eight years after what the being a strategist, we are talking about Sean McVay of the Los Angeles Rams.

After defeating the Cincinnati Bengals by a score of 23-20 at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California last Sunday in Super Bowl LVI, McVay achieved his goal, the same one for which he had been hired in 2017, when he was only 31 years old, came and lost Super Bowl LIII by a score of 13-3 to the New England Patriots when he had 33 laps in the sun.

The most precocious head coach in history

Beyond his biological age, the experiences are already many for the man who started in the NFL as an offensive assistant for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 22 years of age, at that age many players have not started their careers in the NFL.

So, because his timing is so unique, when asked by Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times if he would return next season with the Rams, McVay’s response was, “We’ll see.”

Lots of experiences at 36 years of age

And when asked by this same reporter if winning a Super Bowl made his possible decision to retire any easier, the response was, “I think you could definitely say that.”

When asked to elaborate a bit more on his concepts, McVay helps the reporter out.

“I’m just enjoying this moment right now,” McVay said. “I’m really happy to be a part of this. Happy for that.”

A frenetic pace of work

Those who know him know McVay doesn’t rest when it comes to being head coach of the Rams, so it’s healthy to think about having other priorities.

“I would agree I don’t think Sean’s current pace is sustainable, in terms of how much work he puts in, if you want to have a family,” Demoff told the Times Rams chief operating officer Kevin Demoff said. “But I think the one thing (is) these guys all love football. They love being around each other, they feed off of each other. A month away, two months away, from everybody and I think things will feel a lot better.”


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