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Short career for Sean McVay?
Asked about his future by the press on Friday, Sean McVay joked that he couldn’t last until he was 60. The Rams coach, only 36 years old, will get married during the summer. And his personal life seems to make him think more and more about his future on the sidelines.
“I love what I do but I also know what I’ve seen with close friends, be they coaches or players. I am going to get married this summer, I want to have a family and manage to find a balance and the necessary time. I’ve always dreamed of being a father and I can’t predict the future you know? I said that jokingly (for the 60-year mark).
” I really do not know. I know I love football, I’m fully invested and really in the moment right now. But at some point, too, if you ask me what I want to be able to do? I want to have a family and spend time with them. »
Several sources in the league would have told ESPN that McVay could see a career as a TV analyst as an alternative to coaching, like Jon Gruden who left the NFL at 45 in 2008 to join ESPN.
Russell Wilson wants to stay in Seattle and win
Does Russell Wilson (QB, Seahawks) have desires elsewhere after a season without the playoffs? Apparently not.
“I had the chance to spend 10 incredible years in Seattle. My goal is to continue here and to continue to win here, ”he explained Friday on Mad Dog Sports Radio. ” It’s my aim. It always has been, never anything else. »
Coaches, coaches, coaches
– Josh Boyer remains the defensive coordinator for the Dolphins. Despite the arrival of Mike McDaniel as head coach, Boyer will remain for a third season at the head of the Florida defense. It was McDaniel who confirmed this himself to the press.
– The Raiders’ new offensive coordinator is Mick Lombardi. Josh McDaniels already knows him well, since Lombardi was the receivers coach of the Patriots. (ESPN)
– Even though he has received several offers for defensive coordinator positions, Vic Fangio has reportedly decided not to accept any and will probably rest in 2022. (ESPN)
DK Metcalf does not let go of his Olympic dream
Paris 2024 for DK Metcalf (WR, Seahawks)? Already seen on the track last summer, without great results, the Seattle receiver does not intend to give up his dream.
“I don’t run just for the sake of running. I could do it on a track somewhere on my own if that was the case. I’m trying to go to the Olympics,” he told Bleacher Report again on Saturday. “Next year, I’m going to start training for that again, every off-season, training for the 100 meters or the 60 meters, depending on what I decide to do. And you will see me again in 2024.”
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