At the age of 36, Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay has led the team to two Super Bowls and is regarded as one of the best coaches in the league with a bright future.
But Sean McVay isn’t limiting future possibilities. According to reporters, if the Los Angeles Rams win the Super Bowl, Sean McVay may leave the NFL to become a TV commentator with an annual salary of at least $10 million.
Asked if he would be coaching until he was 60, Sean McVay responded in the negative, saying: “I love [coaching] so much…but I’m getting married this summer and I want to have a family. I think hard work A balanced schedule is necessary.”
“I really don’t know. I know I love rugby and give a lot to the game … but if you ask me what I want to do? I want to have a family and spend time with them.”
Sean McVay and Los Angeles Rams head coach Les Snead extended their contracts with the team in 2019 until the end of the 2023 season. Since taking office in 2017, Sean McVay has led the team to a 61-29 record (including the playoffs), three NL West titles and two NL titles.