For the second season in a row, there will be questions surrounding Sean McVay’s future.
by ESPN Adam Schefter reported on Saturday that McVay will need some time after the season to make a decision about his future.
McVay looks exhausted and looks like he needs some time to recharge before he knows if he’s ready to resume coaching in 2023.
McVay faced rumors of retiring or leaving TV midway through the team’s Super Bowl season last year.
He and several other core members of the franchise have received new contracts to return to the team for the 2022 season.
Although he has a contract with the Rams through 2026, there are many things that make the job less appealing.
The Rams don’t have a first pick, are in a tough pay cap, and offensive coordinator Liam Coen will be returning to his old job at Kentucky. They are also dealing with injuries to some key players.
The charismatic and energetic coach is likely to get a lot of TV invites whenever he says he’s considering a move into media.
While it’s unclear if McVay will step down, what we do know is that the possibility remains on his mind for a while.
This is McVay’s sixth season as head coach in the NFL and his first losing season.