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New Rams coach Sean McVay on being the youngest NFL coach: 'Being around good people played a huge role in why I in the role I am right now.' (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

By Orange County Register

PHOENIX At 31 years old, Sean McVay is the youngest head coach in NFL history, and this week he attended his first league meeting at the head of an NFL team. The new Rams coach talked about the experience, the transition to Los Angeles and the vision he sold to the Rams in a wide ranging interviews Wednesday as the NFL wrapped up is spring meetings.

Q. What it like experiencing a league meeting when just a few years ago you were in college?

A. It surreal and it very humbling and you reflect back on how appreciative you are to a lot of the people that were willing to invest in me. You also aware of (the benefit) of timing. I was walking over this morning with Dirk Koetter and just thinking back to finishing up at Miami of Ohio and getting a chance to get into coaching at the NFL level where Coach (Jon) Gruden hires me on in Tampa. I was fortunate where you don have to go through some of those routes where you a GA in college. So that where you so appreciative. Being around good people played a huge role in why I in the role I am right now.

Q. At what point last season did becoming a head coach become a serious possibility?

A. Rams and the 49ers want to talk to you. I said, my God, you got to be kidding me. I still getting over not getting that thing done on that Sunday afternoon. But that was immediately when it starts. You always try to set your goals in alignment and you want to make sure that when the opportunity presents itself you ready to attack it and go compete for the job. And that was what was exciting about it. Even getting into, when you get on board with Bob LaMonte, he got a great program where they kind of, in essence, help you prepare for these interviews. And that something that goes back to when you on the radar, where you might potentially get those opportunities, so when you go into it you expect to compete for the job. You not asking, you don want anything given to you. But what I thought was unique about it and what was probably pretty cool and flattering is, I don think a lot of people expected us to be sitting in this situation. But when you go there, you present a vision and you know that it about a lot more than just you. And I think you feel good about that and that why I was excited about being able to earn this job.

Q; What was the vision you presented to the Rams? What did you tell them?

A. I think you got a vision for the team, and then you got a vision for each individual player within the framework of the team. You hear us talk about this a lot. We trying to be a culture of not me. It always about the team and really what is going to help us establish that is our character and our communication. That football character and kind of that mental makeup. Your understanding of different things. But you want players that are coachable, that are dependable, that are accountable. They great teammates and the communication, I think, is a trademark of any quality organization. When you look at what we want our individual player to represent from that makeup, if you will, we looking for mentally and physically tough players who are smart and want to compete. And when you wholesale jerseys free shipping say smart, you talking about situational awareness. Guys that are instinctual. That are smart football players.

Q. You are 31 years old, the youngest head coach in NFL history. Is it fair for people to question your experience level?

A. I think it natural. Because you are aware of how fortunate you are to be in this role in such a short amount of time. But I think it about just taking it one day at a time and ultimately it a production based business. The results will kind of end up dictating and determining what is said about that, and that why you feel so good about having great people around you. We have to a great job helping our players reach their highest potential, I been fortunate where you have been around this game for such a long time. And you realize that if you don win, then things are going to be said and everybody has a job to do. And if you do, that the goal, and every single week we not going to lose sight of that.

Q: Have you read any good books recently?

A. You try to read a little bit at night. A book that I reading right now is Win in the Locker Room First. It actually a guy named Jon Gordon wrote it and Mike Smith had a part in it as well. That actually the book I reading right now.

Q. Your grandfather was part of one of the most infamous plays in NFL history (the 1978 Miracle at the Meadowlands when New York Giants quarterback Joe Pisarcik fumbled and Philadelphia Herm Edwards returned it for a last second touchdown). Have you talked much about it with him?

A. Oh, absolutely. It funny, if you ever met my grandfather, he probably one of the most even keeled men you ever meet, And at the time, when that occurred, my dad was playing at Indiana University and (my grandfather) is getting pounded in the New York media about that situation so (my dad) calls my grandpa and says: Dad. Don worry. One day we all look back on this and laugh. And my grandfather said, there is no chance we will ever look back on this and laugh! He said, no chance. And he used some other verbiage in between that.

But it ended up being a blessing in disguise where he goes to San Francisco and gets a chance to be a seattle seahawks jerseys part of five World Championships.

Q. Have you made the transition yet from East Coast guy to West Coast guy?

A. guy already. It been good. That the one biggest change. I love being in a city with great weather and I like to be outdoors as much as possible. It like teasing me, though, when you see how nice it is cheap nfl jerseys outside and you in doing some stuff, but I loved every second of it.

I didn realize is getting out to LA. You realize how normal it is, especially if you go eat or have dinner in West Hollywood, kind of everybody is somebody out there. Two of the first three weekends I out there are the Oscars and the Grammys. We were joking around. area. And she kind of is able to kind of set up and she has a feel for some of the restaurants. I called her, I want to say Oscar weekend, and I said, we get into Catch, with like group of 10. She found a way to get it done, which is kind of a popular deal. But she told (assistant GM) Tony Pastoors, she said, got to tell the coach that he cheap seahawks jerseys got to give me a little Cheap Seahawks Jerseys bit more advance notice when it Oscar and Grammy weekend. He got to learn the social calendar a little bit better around here too. Although we do not pre screen comments, we reserve the right at all times to remove any information or materials that are unlawful, threatening, abusive, libelous, defamatory, obscene, vulgar, pornographic, profane, indecent or otherwise objectionable to us, and to disclose any information necessary to satisfy the law, regulation, or government request. We might permanently block any user who abuses these conditions.


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