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Sean McVay Signs Contract Extension with Rams Through 2024 Season

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Sean McVay has been the subject of speculation in recent years with respect to his coaching future, but he provided another update in that regard on Tuesday. The seventh-year Rams head coach confirmed he will remain with the team for the 2024 season (video link).

The news comes as little surprise given the success McVay has enjoyed in general with the organization and in particular this campaign. In the midst of a financial reset, Los Angeles entered the 2023 season with limited expectations. McVay has instead guided the team to a postseason berth and a 9-7 record so far.

Interest in the 37-year-old from TV networks has been present over several years, but McVay put those concerns to rest on at least a temporary basis when committing to the Rams this past January. Plenty of changes have taken place on the field and the sidelines since that decision, but Los Angeles’ unexpected degree of success have proven it to be a sound one. When elaborating on his status, McVay said in March that he wished to avoid his future being a year-to-year talking point.

McVay has posted a 69-45 regular season record in the regular season, and he now sits in a tie for second in franchise history in wins. The top spot – currently occupied by John Robinson, who coached the franchise from 1983-91 and recorded 75 wins – is very much within reach for next season. McVay has guided the Rams to the postseason for the fifth time in his tenure, and his attention will of course remain on their upcoming playoff matchup.

Beyond that, the organization will have much more flexibility in terms of cap space and draft capital than previous years. Given the impressive showing from the Rams’ 2023 rookie class, expectations will be high next fall if the transition to a younger core continues in the offseason. General manager Les Snead signed an extension in 2022, providing the Rams with stability in the front office. The same will now hold true on the sidelines.

McVay entered the 2023 campaign as the league’s seventh-longest tenured head coach, and his ability to oversee this year’s impressive run will allow him to continue his run in Los Angeles. A third Super Bowl appearance this winter would come as a surprise, but his postseason track record (which includes one championship) will give him a solid footing heading into 2024. Many questions amongst the Rams’ players will need to be answered in the coming months, but McVay’s future is not uncertain.

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