Sean McVay’s fiancée responds to his retirement rumors

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The Los Angeles Rams are on top of the world after winning Super Bowl LVI.

After this victory, head coach Sean McVay can finally declare that he is the luckiest man in the world.

He’s already won the NFL’s biggest prize, he makes big money coaching the best team in the league, and he has a wonderful partner supporting him every step of the way.

Since he already has everything, McVay can hang up the playbook and headset and pursue a lucrative contract as a television analyst.

However, Ukrainian model Veronika Khomyn finally confirmed McVay’s next move by posting on her Instagram account.

Ari Meirov of Pro Football Focus shared Khomyn’s post showing McVay holding a glass of wine with a caption reading “And no. He is NOT retiring!!!

It’s confirmation that the youngest head coach to ever win a Super Bowl will be back on the sidelines for the Rams next season.

McVay wants to revive it

McVay and general manager Les Snead’s gamble paid off when the Rams won their first Super Bowl in Los Angeles.

They nearly drained their draft capital for the 2022 NFL Draft to acquire Matthew Stafford and Von Miller.

It was a brave call to the front office that brought a championship and gave the Rams a great team.

If they are that good then it would be best for them to exploit their current league window.

The Rams have a legitimate chance to win more than one Super Bowl, further cementing all of their legacies, not to mention larger monetary bonuses and potential endorsements.

That’s why McVay asked defensive tackle Aaron Donald at their victory party if they wanted to go back.

The three-time Defensive Player of the Year has accepted, which also confirms Donald won’t be considering retirement just yet.

Now that the gang is back, the Rams should be one of the favorites to win back-to-back titles.

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