Report: Sean McVay mulls future as Rams coach

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Less than a year after becoming the youngest coach to win a Super Bowl, Los Angeles Rams front man Sean McVay is going to take time after the season to contemplate his future, ESPN reported Saturday.

McVay’s future with the team is in “limbo,” per the report.

The Rams are 5-11 heading into their regular-season finale against Seattle on Sunday after a campaign marred by injuries. That, along with getting married and the death of his grandfather — John McVay — have all worn down McVay, per the report.

The Rams signed McVay to an extension before the season, making him under contract through the 2026 season. Financial terms were not released by the club at the time, but McVay is reportedly among the highest-paid coaches in the NFL.

McVay, 36, is 60-37 with one game left to complete a sixth full season as the Rams’ coach.

–Field Level Media

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