A few days ago, Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay announced that he would be returning for the 2023 season.
There were rumors about a possible retirement, but McVay remains committed to the Rams for at least one more campaign. When he is coming back, there will be significant changes around him.
According to a new report, McVay is letting go of five members of his coaching staff.
“Sean McVay returned to the Rams and staff changes were expected and some included: OL coach Kevin Carberry, special teams coordinator Joe Decamilis, DB coach Jonathan Cooley, assistant DL Skyler Jones and defensive assistant Lance Schulters will not return.” ESPN’s Field Yates said,
It’s a significant change in the 2023 season, but it wasn’t the only departure. Earlier this offseason, McVay allowed offensive coordinator Liam Coen to return to Kentucky in the same role.
When the Rams take the field in 2023, they may look like the same team, but there will be major changes to the coaching staff.