Sean McVay says the Los Angeles Rams are in no rush to sign Jared Goff to a contract extension.
McVay revealed on Tuesday that it may not be until next year that the Rams settle on terms with the quarterback, whose current deal expires in 2021.
"Jared’s obviously extremely important to us," McVay said. "But those are things that, we know we want to get him done at some point.
"Whether it happens this year, next year, those are things we haven't really gotten into in depth about yet."
Goff, 24, threw for 4,688 yards and 32 touchdowns in 2018-19.
He led Los Angeles to the Super Bowl in February, but the Rams lost 13-3 to the New England Patriots.
The Rams have signed safety Eric Weddle and pass rusher Clay Matthews this offseason and have seven picks in the 2019 draft.