In Los Angeles, the city of lights, camera, action, you're only as good as the last headline you made.
So with news emerging that they're getting some intracity competition, the Los Angeles Rams announced unveiled their new coach. In typical Hollywood fashion, they're combating new competition by adding a new, younger star...literally, as they've hired Sean McVay, who, at 30, will become the youngest coaching in NFL history.
Despite the upcoming birthday, McVay will remain the youngest coach in league history, discounting you Madden franchise fiends, of course.
You may think this would cute the "his players are older than him!!!" reactions, but in a shocking plot twist, the oldest player on the Rams, DE William Hayes, is the only one who is currently 31. So it'll be, more or less, McVay gathering his buddies over at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and tossing the pigskin around every Sunday.
As for McVay, he spent the past seven seasons in Washington, working with their offense. He worked with the tight ends coach in his first four years, assisting with the emergence of Pro Bowl tight end Jordan Reed, before taking over offensive coordinator duties in 2014. He helped Washington to a playoff berth last season, during which QB Kirk Cousins broke out as a QB.
Please Chargers, please...you guys NEED to one-up this. So...I hear Jeff Fisher is available...
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