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Sean McVay makes it clear he’ll be coaching the Rams next season

As the Los Angeles Rams head back into the playoffs, head coach Sean McVay has solidified his future for at least next season.

During an appearance on the weekly “Coach McVay Show” for the Rams, he confirmed that he will be back for the 2024 campaign.

“That I can promise you,” McVay told host J.B. Long when asked via ESPN.

McVay inked an extension in 2022, which goes through the 2026 season. He has helped guide the Rams back into the playoffs after suffering his first losing campaign since just joining the franchise in 2017.

The 37-year-old holds a 69-45 regular-season record while boasting a 7-3 playoff mark topped by leading the Rams to a win in Super Bowl 56.

McVay nearly stepped away from the Rams after last season for an opportunity in the broadcast booth for Amazon Prime. However, he returned after taking a week to mull over the decision.

He has put together arguably his most impressive coaching campaigns since joining Los Angeles. After the Rams fell to a 3-6 record, the team has won six out of their last seven games to clinch a wildcard playoff berth.

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Los Angeles can secure the sixth seed if they can move past the San Francisco 49ers in Week 18 action. McVay announced on Wednesday that several key starters namely Matthew Stafford, Cooper Kupp, Aaron Donald, and Ernest Jones will sit out the season finale matchup.

Stafford’s absence gives former Pro Bowler Carson Wentz the start on the road against the 49ers.

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