Sean McVay on decision to remain Rams' head coach: I want to 'run through' adversity, not run away from it

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The Los Angeles Rams will not need to take a flight on the training carousel this offseason, as head coach Sean McVay notified members of the Rams company that he will return in 2023, the group revealed Friday. McVay took a couple of days to consider his future following the conclusion of the routine season, however he is not yet all set to hang up the clipboard.

“I wanted to take some time to really know I could restore and renew the passion and zest I need and after leaning on family and friends and taking time to reflect it became clear to me,” McVay informed FOX Sports in his very first remarks because revealing his go back to Los Angeles. “I don’t want to run away from adversity, I want to run through it.”

McVay has actually been meaning an early retirement because prior to the Rams won the Super Bowl last season. CBS Sports Senior NFL Insider Jonathan Jones kept in mind last month that McVay “probably doesn’t even know” if he will have the very same desire to devote to another season, with ESPN likewise reporting less than a week ago that the coach’s future was in limbo.

If McVay were to have actually stepped far from training, there’s a possibility he would not have actually stepped far from football. “McVay the coach” developing into “McVay the broadcaster” appears like something that is bound to take place at one point or another. According to ESPN, Amazon was among several NFL media entities to reveal interest in working with McVay an expert. 

“I think it’s flattering,” McVay stated previously this month when inquired about networks’ interest in him as a broadcaster. “I think you said it best, these are always going to be things that you kind of anticipate and expect that are going to come up because I haven’t run away from the fact that down the line or whenever that is, that’s something that I’ve been interested in. But kind of like what I was saying earlier, I want to be here right now, focus on that, and that’s where I’m at.”  

The 2017 AP NFL Coach of the Year simply concluded the worst season of his six-year period with the Rams, as L.A. went 5-12 and missed out on the playoffs for simply the 2nd time because McVay took control of. Injuries on both sides of the ball impacted the Rams in 2022, as they lost crucial gamers such as quarterback Matthew Stafford, pass receiver Cooper Kupp and defensive take on Aaron Donald throughout the course of the season. McVay, who turns 37 later on this month, holds a 60-38 record as head coach.

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