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Sean McVay drawing interest from TV Networks

Sean McVay drawing interest from TV Networks

During the offseason, Sean McVay was due for an extended contract. He had just won the Rams a Super Bowl in their second appearance in five years. Interest piqued from companies like Fox and Amazon to bring him in as an analyst, so the Rams knew that they were going to have to make a very enticing offer.

A deal was eventually reached which made him the third highest paid coach per year at $14 million. The deal also locked him up all the way until 2026. While that seemed to be the end of it, following a disappointing 2022 season, countless networks have made an attempt to bring McVay in.

NFL TV has shown a lot of interest with Amazon and Fox also throwing their names in the mix, and it’s pretty easy to see why.

McVay is a young and charismatic personality possessing an incredible mind for football. Any network would be able to benefit from the insight he would provide and the ways he would be able to break down film and games.

The question then becomes, will McVay leave his job as a head coach? Personally, I think he should.

The Rams haven’t seen a first-round pick in six years and won’t see one until 2024, meaning there isn’t a lot of young talent to work with. A lot of money is tied to aging stars like Aaron Donald and Matthew Stafford and overall, the future does not look bright in Los Angeles.

Going down the analyst route just seems the easiest option for McVay. It will garner him a lot more money, while also giving him seemingly preventing his legacy from being tarnished as a head coach stuck with a rebuilding team.

Regardless of what happens, McVay will certainly go down as one of the better offensive-minded coaches of our time. This is a man who took a league-worst offensive unit in 2016 and immediately turned them into a playoff-caliber team. Don’t forget that this man also made Jared Goff look like a franchise quarterback for a couple of seasons.

I honestly have no idea what Sean McVay is going to do here. I know if I was him, I would jump off the sinking ship that is the Rams and accept one of these network opportunities. Even if he does leave to become an analyst, he isn’t 40 yet and would have the opportunity to come back at any time to coach the right team.

All I do know is if the Rams have another season like this, I don’t know how McVay doesn’t at least think about leaving. McVay is a competitor and wants to win and play in the big games. And if the Rams show an inability to do that in the coming years, then I definitely think he will leave.

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