With the Washington Redskins' 19-10 loss to the New York Giants on Sunday afternoon, their season is officially over. With the end of one season means the beginning of the next and the poaching of coaches. Redskins offensive coordinator Sean McVay could be a popular candidate and that begins right away with the Los Angeles Rams.
McVay, 31 on January 24, would become the youngest head coach in NFL history, a few months younger than then Raiders head coach Lane Kiffin.
McVay is thought of as a young and bright offensive mind, which explains why he was one of few hold overs from the Shanahan era. Not only was McVay kept on the coaching staff when Jay Gruden took over, but Washington promoted him from tight ends coach to his current role as offensive coordinator.
McVay is presumable interviewing for the head coaching vacancy left by Jeff Fisher who was fired on December 12, days after receiving a two-year extension.
The Rams positions could be the first of many that McVay may be asked to interview for this offseason. Other head coaching positions available include Buffalo, Denver, Jacksonville, San Diego, and San Francisco.
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