Los Angeles Rams expect many assistant coaches to be available after Super Bowl LVII

Los Angeles RamsLosses will follow any wins this season.

Kevin O'Connell, offensive coordinator, will be the new head coach Minnesota VikingsAccording to league sources, he will likely hire Wes Phillips, the Rams tight ends coach/passing games coordinator, as his offensive coordinator or pass game coordinator after Super Bowl LVII.

Ejiro Evo, Rams secondary coach and passing game coordinator, is expected to be the next. Denver BroncosSources also confirm that the Super Bowl's defensive coordinator was named.

The Rams are not content with their current situation. KentuckySources in the league say that Liam Coen is the ideal candidate to be an offensive coordinator and one candidate to succeed O'Connell.

Former Las Vegas RaidersAccording to league sources Greg Olson was the Rams quarterback coach in 2017 and is expected to be back as offensive coordinator. He could also be considered to become the offensive coordinator. Los Angeles has been seeking him out as an offensive coaching replacement since weeks. Olson's position in Las Vegas is now being filled by Josh McDaniels who was previously hired. New England PatriotsWide receivers Coach Mick Lombardi as his new offensive coordinatorSources indicate that it is.

Los Angeles could also decide to support running backs coaches Thomas BrownAs another possible offensive coordinator candidate, he was interviewed by head-coaching coaches. There are many options for the brain drain the Rams will experience.

The Rams knew that they would lose assistant coaches and had been through it before. Six of the 20 Super Bowl LIII-era coaches remain on their current staff.

Los Angeles is seeing more assistants leave for promotions, but they are expected to return to provide the Rams with the stability and reliability they need for the 2022 season.

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