There could be a shakeup coming on the Los Angeles Rams’ coaching staff this offseason, even with Sean McVay returning. We already know Liam Coen is gone and the Rams will need to find a new offensive coordinator, but further changes could happen, too – and perhaps not by choice.
According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, defensive line coach Eric Henderson is generating interest as a potential defensive coordinator. Senior offensive assistant Greg Olson is also a potential candidate to be hired as an offensive coordinator again, a role he held previously with the Raiders.
Raheem Morris is obviously a head coaching candidate, too, having landed two interviews with the Broncos and Colts.
The #Rams coaching staff should look different, in part because as they hung in limbo, other teams became interested. DL coach Eric Henderson generated some interest and is a potential DC, Senior Offensive Assistant Greg Olson is a potential OC, Raheem Morris has HC interviews. https://t.co/IpIBz5cPXh
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 13, 2023
Thomas Brown, who’s currently the Rams’ tight ends coach and assistant head coach, is another candidate to leave for a bigger opportunity. He’ll interview with the Texans for their head coaching role; his departure would be a big loss for the Rams.
Further changes could be on the horizon, as well, if McVay wants to shake things up after a disastrous 5-12 season in 2022.