LA Rams coaching updates. Who may be on the move?

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The LA Rams endured significant coaching changes as the team prepared to enter the 2022 NFL season. It seems that a number of NFL teams were more than happy to offer promotions to positional coaches and coordinators on the LA Rams coaching staff in the hopes of grafting some of the winning culture and success from the Rams organization into their own team’s structure.

The result was an LA Rams team that scrambled once more to fill numerous openings in the coaching staff.  But, as a result, many of the areas for those new coaches and coordinators simply did not meet expectations.

So far this offseason, the LA Rams have lost offensive coordinator Liam Coen to the University of Kentucky, and former running backs coach Ra’Shaad Samples joined the Arizona State University coaching staff, as the wide receivers coach and the passing game coordinator. In his void with the Rams, Thomas Brown added his former RB coach role to his job description, and the LA Rams rushing game began to breathe on its own once more

Was Brown the key to getting Akers back on track?

With Thomas Brown’s return to the RB room, RB Cam Akers’s production skyrocketed.

Now, where do the Rams go from here?

Well, let’s not get ahead of ourselves just yet. Teams that need new head coaches, and with it, their new coaching staff.  Those teams include (in alphabetical order):

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Arizona Cardinals, Carolina Panthers, Denver Broncos, Houston Texans, and Indianapolis Colts. At least three of the teams listed have interviewed or plan to interview a member of the Rams coaching staff in the hopes of hiring their new head coach. But it won’t end there.