Sean McVay on his future: We’ll cover those questions later

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At this point, it’s clear from multiple reports that Sean McVay is seriously considering retiring from coaching the Rams.

The club ended a 5-12 season with a 19-16 overtime loss to the Seahawks on Sunday — easily the worst record in McVay’s six-year tenure with the franchise.

McVay said Friday the TV offers were flattering, but at the same time he was focused on his current job.

He reiterated that after Sunday’s loss when asked directly if he would coach the Rams in 2023.

“I’m not thinking about that right now,” McVay said during his press conference. “Nothing has changed from where we left things on Friday. …I’m here right now and we’ll deal with that later.

McVay was asked what makes him uncertain and said he would only answer questions about the game and not about himself.

But, McVay also said he didn’t think of a “last” thing during the game and noted he didn’t have a timeline to make a decision.

In six years under McVay, the Rams went 60-38, winning Super Bowl LVI last season. McVay has a 7-3 playoff record with Los Angeles winning three NFC West titles and two conference championships since being hired in 2017.

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