Rams announce Mike LaFleur hiring


The Rams announced the hiring of Mike LaFleur as their new offensive coordinator.

LaFleur replaces Liam Coen, who left to return to the University of Kentucky as its offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.

LaFleur spent the past two seasons as offensive coordinator for the Jets, having followed Robert Saleh there from San Francisco. LaFleur was the 49ers’ passing game coordinator from 2017-20 under head coach Kyle Shanahan.

He also worked alongside Shanahan with the Falcons in 2015-16 and with the Browns in 2014.

LaFleur called the plays with the Jets, but head coach Sean McVay has called the plays for the Rams since his arrival in 2017.

LaFleur’s older brother, Packers head coach Matt LaFleur, was the Rams’ offensive coordinator in McVay’s first year coaching the Rams.

5 responses to “Rams announce Mike LaFleur hiring

  1. He was also passing game coordinator for the Niners for 3 years, was hired by Kyle Shanahan. He’s coming here to help the Rams beat the Niners.

  2. Mike LaFleur shouldn’t be judged for the abomination that calls himself Zach Wilson. Let’s be fair and honest ….Wilson got LaFleur fired.

  3. How did we not hire him in Minnesota?? Through his brother, it would have been another coveted connection to the Packers.

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