On Friday, Sean McVeigh announced that he would return as head coach of the Rams in 2023.
“I don’t want to run away from adversity; I want to get through this,” McVeigh said.
It came days after McVeigh told his staff that since his future was unclear, he would allow them to pursue other opportunities. Let’s hope that a few assistants accepted McVeigh’s offer and started looking for new jobs.
The Rams parted ways with several assistant coaches.
ESPN’s Field Yates reports offensive line coach Kevin Carberry, special teams coordinator Joe DeCamillis, defensive line coach Jonathan Cooley, assistant defensive line coach Skyler Jones and defensive assistant Lance Schulters will not be returning.
DeCarmillis spent two seasons with the Rams after four years with the Jaguars. He has also worked as a special teams coordinator for the Broncos, Bears, Cowboys, Giants and Falcons.
The Rams have already lost offensive coordinator Liam Cohen, who left the franchise to become offensive coordinator in Kentucky, and running back coach Ra’Shaad Samples, who is now wide receivers coach and passing game coordinator in Arizona State.