Sean McVay might consider retiring soon. Despite only being 36 years old, the Los Angeles Rams head coach has been the subject of retirement rumors. When the 2022 season got going, they started to fade away. Nevertheless, according to Dov Kleiman and Albert Breer in a recent report, McVay may retire in the not-too-distant future.
According to @AlbertBreer, “#Ramscoach Sean McVay’s future with the team is related to the “core group” of Donald, Kupp, Stafford, and Ramsey, and it’s quite likely that McVay will retire if that group goes.” Kleiman wrote on Twitter.
Sean McVay’s potential move from the sidelines to the broadcast booth had already been the subject of rumors. Over the summer, McVay responded to such allegations.
McVay told the Athletic, “I’ve always been interested in the other stuff because I love football so much. “However, there were some opportunities, I would say. It never came to the point where I even attended a meeting because what I find most rewarding about coaching right now is interacting with people, investing in the players, and having the opportunity to work with other coaches in order to be able to cooperate.
For the time being, Sean McVay appears committed to the Rams. Breer, though, asserts that retirement is conceivable in the not-too-distant future. Remember that Cooper Kupp, Matthew Stafford, and Jalen Ramsey probably still have a lot of NFL seasons left in them.
Aaron Donald is the lone athlete who appears to be planning a retirement soon. In the future, it will be important to keep an eye on this issue. Sean McVay’s current priority is turning around the Rams’ dismal 2022 season.