Current Texas A&M offensive coordinator Nolan Cromwell has emerged as a new candidate to be the Rams’ wide receivers coach.
Retired ex-Ram Isaac Bruce has also expressed interest in the position.
Cromwell, 55, is a former All-Pro safety for the Los Angeles Rams. He also coached on the L.A. Rams’ staff in 1991 as a defensive and special teams assistant.
At Texas A&M, Cromwell has been working under former Packers head coach Mike Sherman.
The Aggies went 6-7 in 2009, losing the Independence Bowl to Georgia by a score of 44-20.