Sean McVay

The Los Angeles Rams celebrated their Super Bowl championship victory yesterday in Los Angeles with a parade. There were good times all around as well as some big statements that could impact the NFL team’s ability to repeat next season.

There have been questions swirling about the future of some key pieces for the Rams, including rumors of head coach Sean McVay possibly leaving to work in TV.

McVay shot down these rumors in an interview with NFL Network, and it appears that he and his family are firmly in agreement on his future.

McVay’s fiance Veronika Khomyn posted a picture of him last night with the caption “And no. He is not retiring!!”

There have also been questions on star defensive tackle Aaron Donald since reports came out that he may consider retirement if the Rams win the Super Bowl.

During the parade, he seemed to push back on that, saying, “Why not run it back?”

While that quote would seem to imply that he is coming back next season, NFL insider Ian Rapoport has reported that Donald may take some more time to weigh all of his options before he makes a true decision.

There is also another issue that could plague the Rams next season. McVay’s coaching staff has been ransacked by other teams around the league.

They have lost their offensive coordinator in Kevin O’Connell, who is the new head coach of the Minnesota Vikings. They have also lost their defensive backs coach Ejiro Evero, assistant coach Dwayne Stukes, offensive assistant Chris O’Hara, and assistant defensive line coach Marcus Dixon.

The Rams will need to fill all of these positions. However, if they are able to bring back some key players in the offseason, there is no reason why Los Angeles can’t be a legitimate contender for another Super Bowl trophy next season.

[Ian Rapoport]

About Reice Shipley

Reice Shipley is a staff writer for Comeback Media that graduated from Ithaca College with a degree in Sports Media. He previously worked at Barrett Sports Media and is a fan of all things Syracuse sports.