Aaron Kromer becomes seventh assistant to leave Rams this offseason


The Rams mutually parted ways with assistant coach Aaron Kromer, the team confirmed, via Greg Beacham of the Associated Press. Kromer served as the Rams’ offensive line coach and running game coordinator.

Kromer is the seventh assistant to leave Sean McVay’s staff this offseason. The losses include defensive coordinator Brandon Staley, who became the Chargers’ head coach, passing game coordinator Shane Waldron, who became the Seahawks’ offensive coordinator, assistant offensive line coach Andy Dickerson, who joined Waldron in Seattle as running game coordinator, and linebackers coach Joe Barry, who became defensive coordinator in Green Bay.

Kromer’s son, Zak, remains on the Rams’ coaching staff, according to Beacham. Zak Kromer has spent four seasons as an offensive quality control coach.

Aaron Kromer joined the Rams in 2017 as offensive line coach and added running game coordinator duties a year later.

Only five assistants remain from McVay’s first staff.

6 responses to “Aaron Kromer becomes seventh assistant to leave Rams this offseason

  1. McVay trying to save his job. Another disappointing next season and it could be McVay getting shown the door.

  2. The pressure of being an assistant coach to the Boy Genius is just too much. No one else can measure up.

  3. That’s a crazy amount of turnover on a team that won a playoff game. Some teams will swap head coaches and retain that much of the staff.

  4. re: footballinla

    “Maybe Coach Boy Wonder isn’t so wonderful? Still a Rams fan but a very odd off season.”

    This Dolphins fans impression of McVay is… if you take away personality, caring about all 3 phases of the game, & the ability to adapt… you are left w/ Adam Gase.

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