The Los Angeles Rams have locked down Head Coach Sean McVay and General Manager signing both to contract extensions through the 2023 season.
Rams Owner Stan Kroenke had this to say:
Sean and Les have been a dynamic team and have been integral in developing a culture that has allowed our players and entire organization to thrive. We look forward to their continued leadership in our final season at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and future years in Hollywood Park.
It’s a fine time to make sure both stay around given what has happened the last two seasons.
McVay arrived in 2017 to resurrect a moribund on-field product that had just completed a 13th consecutive season without a winning record after relocating to Los Angeles. He did just that guiding the Rams to 11 wins and an NFC West title in 2017 before last year’s 13-win season that led to a Super Bowl run. Suffice to say, his first two years in charge have been fantastic.
It hasn’t always been as direct for Snead. For five years, he worked to provide talent to Head Coach Jeff Fisher, but those talents never worked to put together a winning product. He survived the 2017 offseason to join up with McVay, and the results speak for themselves. He’s now faced with a new challenge of supplying talents to McVay beyond last year’s Super Bowl or bust campaign to extend the window of success into the future.