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Rams announce extensions Sean McVay & Les Snead ahead as LA open NFL season as underdogs vs. Bills

Rams announce extensions for Super Bowl winning coach and GM, Sean McVay and Les Snead, as LA opens NFL season as underdogs vs. Bills

  • The reigning Super Bowl champions have announced that the pair will remain in LA until 2027
  • LA hosts the Buffalo Bills in the NFL Kickoff at SoFi Stadium on Thursday night
  • Sean McVay became the youngest head coach to win a Super Bowl last season
  • Les Snead is one of the top GMs in the league, he drafts the likes of Aaron Donald & Cooper Kupp, while taking over the likes of Jalen Ramsey and Matthew Stafford

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The Los Angeles Rams announced contract extensions for both head coach Sean McVay and general manager Les Snead on Thursday, just hours before they face Buffalo in the NFL Kickoff.

The extensions see the pair stay with the Rams until the 2026 season.

Financial terms have not been released by the team, but both McVay and Snead are reportedly among the highest paid in their respective roles.

Sean McVay has signed an extension that will see him remain head coach of Rams until 2027

Sean McVay has signed an extension that will see him remain head coach of Rams until 2027

‘As an organisation, we strive every day to improve ourselves. This requires selflessness, dedication and great leadership,” Rams owner Stan Kroenke said in a press release on Thursday.

“Sean and Les personify this mentality. They have been critical to many of our successes that transcend gains and losses.

“They embody the ‘We not me’ mantra that permeates the entire organization. Their extensions are well deserved.’

Les Snead (L) is a phenomenal addition to the Kroenke's and is one of the best GMs in the competition

Les Snead (L) is a phenomenal addition to the Kroenke's and is one of the best GMs in the competition

Les Snead (L) is a phenomenal addition to the Kroenke’s and is one of the best GMs in the competition

Los Angeles returns as the hunted after their ultimate success at SoFi Stadium in February.

This season’s Super Bowl favorites Buffalo await them in their first game since the lifting of the Lombardi.

Josh Allen and his company roll into Tinsel Town to take their frustration out of last season’s heartbreaking divisional loss to Kansas City at the home team.

LA hopes to be the first team since the 2004 Patriots to repeat themselves as Super Bowl champions

LA hopes to be the first team since the 2004 Patriots to repeat themselves as Super Bowl champions

LA hopes to be the first team since the 2004 Patriots to repeat themselves as Super Bowl champions

Former Ram and two-time Super Bowl champion Von Miller will be a familiar face for McVay, Snead and the Rams as he bows his Buffalo after being signed by a free agent from LA.

McVay revealed last month that he had already signed his extension, but the club waited to announce until his and Snead’s respective deals were finalized.

The Rams head coach is entering his sixth season with the team, with a 55-26 record, including two Super Bowl appearances.

He became the youngest head coach to win a Super Bowl, aged 36, and the youngest to appear in a Super Bowl, aged 31, when the Rams fell to the Patriots in 2018.

Von Miller will attempt to inflict damage on Sean McVay's offense on his return to LA Thursday night

Von Miller will attempt to inflict damage on Sean McVay's offense on his return to LA Thursday night

Von Miller will attempt to inflict damage on Sean McVay’s offense on his return to LA Thursday night

Snead has been the general manager of the LA franchise since 2012, and has a record of 86-74-1.

His trek includes seven-time All-Pro, Aaron Donald and Super Bowl MVP, Cooper Kupp.

Snead has also acquired several stars through trade and free agency, including Miller, Matthew Stafford, Jalen Ramsey, Odell Beckham and most recently Allen Robinson.

Since their partnership in 2017, McVay and Snead have amassed four NFC West titles, two NFC Championships and a Super Bowl ring.

McVay became the youngest head coach in NFL history to win the Lombardi Trophy at age 36

McVay became the youngest head coach in NFL history to win the Lombardi Trophy at age 36

McVay became the youngest head coach in NFL history to win the Lombardi Trophy at age 36

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