Los Angeles Rams Moving on From Offensive Line Coach

Head coach Sean McVay may not be going anywhere, but that doesn't mean the Los Angeles Rams will avoid a mass coaching exodus. According to ESPN's Field Yates, the Rams will be parting with several members of their staff, including offensive line coach Kevin Carberry.

The Rams had a disastrous season along the offensive line, allowing a colossal 59 sacks (third most in the league) while rushing for a mere 97.7 rushing yards (fifth least) and 4.0 yards per attempt (fifth least). The Rams finished 27th in scoring and quarterback Matthew Stafford missed eight games with multiple concussions and a spinal contusion.

Not all of that was on Carberry. Four-time Pro Bowl left tackle Andrew Whitworth retired during the offseason, and only two linemen were healthy enough to play more than 50% of the offensive snaps over the regular season. Better injury luck could go a long way toward turning around the Rams' woeful offense, so Carberry's replacement shouldn't struggle too much to improve the unit.

Yates also reports that the Rams will part with special teams coordinator Joe DeCamillis and defensive backs coach Jonathan Cooley. McVay has also previously stated he will permit coaches on his staff to pursue other opportunities. With more departures sure to come, the Rams' coaching staff will look radically different in 2023.

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