1/12/2017 – Sean McVay becomes the youngest head coach of the National Football League at the age of 30


Previously, the youngest head coach was Lane Kiffin, who was 31 when he was hired by the Oakland Raiders in 2007. “I am incredibly honored by this opportunity and I want to start by thanking Mr. Kroenke and Kevin Demoff for their faith in me to lead the Los Angeles Rams as head coach,” McVay said. “Collectively, we are committed to building a championship caliber team, and I’m excited to start that process and make our fans proud.” Despite his age, McVay has several years’ experience in the league. He comes from the Washington Redskins, where he just completed his third year as the team’s offensive coordinator. McVay, who was a wide receiver at Miami University in Ohio from 2004-2007, got a job as an assistant wide receivers coach in 2008 with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He spent 2009 as a tight ends coach with the Florida Tuskers in the United Football League. In 2010, he joined the Washington Redskins as an offensive assistant and was the tight ends coach from 2011-2013. (CNN)

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