McVay says he signed extension with Rams earlier this offseason

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Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay announced Tuesday that he agreed to a contract extension earlier this offseason.

McVay said he was holding off on the announcement until general manager Les Snead completed his deal, although that agreement has yet to be reached.

"It is something that we've been taken care of, but it is very important for Les and I to kind of have that represented as we're a partnership and a pair," McVay said, according to ESPN's Sarah Barshop.

"We wanted to be able to announce that when both of us (got our deals) done," McVay added. "Mine is done. Les is in the process of that."

The terms of McVay's extension haven't been announced.

McVay became the youngest coach to win a Super Bowl earlier this year at the age of 36 when his Rams defeated the Cincinnati Bengals.

The head coach is the latest member of the Rams to be rewarded with a new contract. Super Bowl MVP Cooper Kupp and star quarterback Matthew Stafford also received new extensions, while Aaron Donald earned a raise.

McVay has transformed the Rams into a powerhouse since being hired in 2017. He's won 10-plus games in four of his five seasons while compiling a 55-26 record.

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