According to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, “it’s all but a certainty” that the Rams next offensive coordinator will be an in-house hire.
Thomas mentions that the two candidates to watch are tight ends coach Rob Boras and quarterbacks coach Frank Cignetti. Although, Thomas adds that Boras “probably is the frontrunner” at this point in time.
Fisher has promoted from within in the past, so this wouldn’t exactly be a new approach for him.
Yesterday, former Bills OC Nathaniel Hackett somewhat surprisingly pulled out of the running for Rams vacancy. St. Louis also had interest in Colts assistant Rob Chudzinski, but he elected to re-sign with Indianapolis.
We’ll have more updates regarding the Rams and their offensive coordinator search as the news is available.
Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that former Bills OC Nathaniel Hackett has pulled out of the running for the Rams offensive coordinator job.
- Rapoport adds that there is “more to this one for sure.“
Hackett was expected to meet with the team earlier in the week, but Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Dispatch reported yesterday that the two sides did not meet.
Thomas did say that the Rams were still planning to schedule a second meeting that could take place later in the week.
Alex Marvez of FOX Sports reported that the Rams could promote some internally to offensive coordinator next season now that the Colts have re-signed Rob Chudzinski.
Marvez specifically mentioned that QBs coach Frank Cignetti and TEs coach Rob Boras as two candidates for the job.
Jason La Canfora reports that the Bills OC Nathaniel Hackett has a second interview lined up with the Rams regarding their offensive coordinator position for this week.
However, La Canfora adds that the Bills want to bring him back, and Hackett has reportedly drawn interest from the Redskins and Jaguars regarding their quarterbacks coaching position.
St. Louis can meet with Colts assistant Rob Chudzinski later in the week, as his contract is set to expire on Tuesday, so that’s something else to keep an eye on in the coming days as it relates to the Rams offensive coordinator vacancy.
Jason La Canfora reports that former Bills OC Nathaniel Hackett interviewed for the Rams offensive coordinator job on Wednesday.
The Rams are in tough position as the offensive coordinator market has been picked through. St. Louis tried to set up an interview with Colts special assistant Rob Chudzinski, but Indianapolis blocked their meeting.
Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Dispatch reports that the Colts denied the Rams permission to interview special assistant Rob Chudzinski for their offensive-coordinator vacancy.
On top of that, the Packers have also blocked them from interviewing QBs coach Alex Van Pelt for their the job as well.
According to Thomas, the Rams still would like to speak to former Broncos OC Adam Gase, but he is interviewing with the Bears on Wednesday.
Teams have already begun the process of locking down their next offensive coordinators, which leaves the Rams in a tough position.
Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that the Rams have requested permission to interview Colts special assistant Rob Chudzinski for their offensive coordinator vacancy.
- Rapoport adds that the Rams have also requested permission to interview Packers QBs coach Alex Van Pelt for their offensive coordinator job.
Chudzinski is reportedly in the mix for the 49ers offensive coordinator position as well, but a recent report mentioned that Alabama OC Lane Kiffin in considered to be the “front-runner” for the job as of now.
Adam Schefter reports that the St. Louis Rams requested permission to interview Broncos OC Adam Gase for their offensive coordinator vacancy.
Since the 49ers elected to go in a different direction and not hire Gase as their head coach, he has already found a decent amount of interest from teams in need of an offensive coordinator.
According to reports, the Jaguars and Raiders would both like to meet with Gase as well.
As for the Rams and candidates their offensive coordinator, Browns OC Kyle Shanahan and former Bills OC Nathaniel Hackett have also come up as potential options.
According to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the Rams reportedly have former Browns OC Kyle Shanahan and former Bills OC Nathaniel Hackett are on the radar as candidates for their offensive coordinator vacancy.
- Thomas mentions that no interviews have been scheduled as of now.
Greg Roman was reportedly a candidate for the job as well, but he has accepted the Bills offensive coordinator position.
The Rams are in the market for a new coordinator after Brian Schottenheimer somewhat surprising departed for the offensive coordinator job at the University of Georgia.
We’ll have more updates regarding the Rams offensive coordinator search as the news is available.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Rams have requested permission to interview 49ers OC Greg Roman and former Browns OC Kyle Shanahan for their offensive coordinator vacancy.
Both Roman and Shanahan have found a decent amount of interest in recent weeks for offensive coordinator positions, as well as head-coaching opportunities.
Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the Rams have been granted permission to speak with 49ers OC Greg Roman about their offensive coordinator vacancy.
Roman has found interest from the Bills regarding their head-coaching vacancy and the Jaguars for the their offensive coordinator position in recent days.
With Jim Harbaugh no longer the head coach of the 49ers, it appears likely that Roman will be coaching elsewhere next season.