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The Seahawks shocked the world with Geno Smith but will it have any coaching ramifications?: Seaside Joe 1417
The 2020 Los Angeles Rams had a fascinating coaching staff, given the events that have unfolded over the last six months or so.
Offensive coordinator Kevin O’Connell coached the Minnesota Vikings to a 13-4 record in his first season at the helm; defensive coordinator Brandon Staley has come under heavy scrutiny for in-game decisions as head coach of the L.A. Chargers but has posted two winning seasons and escaped the unemployment line this week; safeties coach Ejiro Evero interviewed to be the Denver Broncos head coach and could be the top candidate after leading the defense last season to a top-five ranking (cough: prior to a late season collapse); asst. QB coach Liam Coen left to be OC at Kentucky, then came back to be OC for the Rams in 2022, and has since gone back to Kentucky which tells you all you need to know about the 2022 Rams; asst. HC Joe Barry has thus far survived the role of being the Packers DC for reasons unknown; and even head coach Sean McVay has flirted with retirement for the past two offseasons.
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