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Sean McVay confirms contract extension with Rams

IRVINE, Calif. — Coach Sean McVay has confirmed a contract extension with the Los Angeles Rams.

McVay and the Rams did not disclose the terms of their long-anticipated deal, but the youngest coach to win a Super Bowl practiced Tuesday at training camp at the University of California, Irvine. Later, he reaffirmed his long-term commitment to Los Angeles..

"It feels good," said McVay. "It's always been like a really good dialogue. I think these things take time, but they're important." Didn't, but it seems that training happened before his camp. The 36-year-old coach is in his sixth season in charge with the Rams, and throughout his tenure he has been the youngest coach in the NFL.

McVay said two weeks ago that both teams were still working on a new deal, but the Rams intend to simultaneously announce a contract extension for him and general manager Les Snead. He also said that On Friday, McVay wanted to wait to confirm his own new deal until it was mentioned in the coach's lengthy profile posted on on Tuesday.

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"Les and I always pair," said McVay. "We both wanted to make an announcement when the work was done. Mine is done. Les is in the process, but in terms of wanting to show the partnership for us...I dealt with it that way." It's something we've been taking care of."

McVay's new deal is worth five championship seasons, four playoff appearances, three NFC West titles and two Super Bowls. It's the reward for five years of incredible success leading the Rams to a single appearance and one championship. Term.

McVay is a regular with the Rams in his season he is 55-26 and in the postseason he is 7-3. The Rams won nine of his final 10 games last season and won his first title since returning to Los Angeles. The Rams beat Cincinnati 23-20 in the Super Bowl at home at his SoFi Stadium.