The Los Angeles Rams formalized contract extensions for general manager Les Snead and head coach Sean McVay on Thursday, just hours before kickoff into the 2022 NFL season.
McVay already announced in early May that his deal was settled, but he wanted to wait until it was done for Snead as well. , believing that the two men “make a pair” and are “together in this partnership”.
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The two men will thus be linked to the California formation until the conclusion of the 2026 campaign. Without revealing the exact financial details, McVay and Snead will be among the highest paid people in their respective roles through the Goodell circuit.
“As an organization, we seek to surpass ourselves on a daily basis. It takes selflessness, dedication and good leadership, Rams owner Stanley Kroenke said in a statement. Sean and Les personify that mentality.”
Together since 2017, Snead and McVay led the Rams to two Super Bowl appearances, winning it last season against the Cincinnati Bengals.< /p>
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