Sean McVay says he’s not pursuing TV jobs, is committed to coaching Rams in 2022

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Despite persistent talk that Rams coach Sean McVay could leave the sideline for the booth, McVay says he will remain the Rams’ coach in 2022.

McVay told Adam Schefter of ESPN that he is not pursuing any television opportunities and is committed to coaching the Rams as they attempt to repeat as Super Bowl champions.

The 36-year-old McVay would seem to have many good years of coaching left in him, but there was talk before the Super Bowl that he was interested in finding a greater work-life balance than he has in coaching, and there’s little doubt that TV networks would be interested if he wanted to work in broadcasting.

But while that day may come, it apparently won’t come in 2022. For this year, McVay is focused on winning a second consecutive Super Bowl.

6 responses to “Sean McVay says he’s not pursuing TV jobs, is committed to coaching Rams in 2022

  1. OMG! The sky is falling!! Super Bowl winning pro football coach has informed the world that he plans to coach football, and not go off chasing ideas that media pundits invented for him.

  2. McVay is a breath of fresh air. Does it his way. Sometimes he’s right and he isn’t and that is ok. Anything that steers the league away from recycling dinosaurs that never won anything is good for the evolution of the game.

  3. This story is full of rumors and opinions Where are the facts… just a pot stirring story… he clearly loves football…never said he wanted to retire, if people are calling with offers it is because the press started with these imaginary stories before the Super Bowl… What Came First The Chicken or The Egg? Stop inventing stories to get attention… Stick to real stories and real facts.

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