The LA Rams have an assistant coach whose job is to make sure Head Coach Sean McVay doesn’t run into the officials
The LA Rams have an assistant coach whose job is to make sure Head Coach Sean McVay doesn’t run into the officials from sports
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This seems like a massively unnecessary use of resources.
Now I need to know, is this a thing for other coaches as well?? What about coaches in other sports?
He looks like one HELL of a spotter.
I would love to see the job posting for this position and the list of qualifications needed
Assistant TO THE Regional Manager.
Mike Tomlin needs one of these.
And he takes his job really serious
Kirby Smart also has one.
The head coach either loves that guy or absolutely hates him. I am trying remember what head coach was screaming at his “get-back” coach recently.
McVay needs a teddy bear backpack with a leash attached.
*Doesn’t ram into officials
Being McVay’s body man qualifies this guy for several open head coaching jobs.
The guy moving McVay around is Ted Rath, the team’s director of strength training and performance. I believe what we are seeing here is the performance part.
Brent Venables, defensive coordinator for Clemson, has a person that keeps him off the field also.
I wonder what his salary is?
I need someone to do this for me as a grocery shop while hungry
They are called “the get-back coach.”
I need this man in my life
Almost all college programs have this as well. It’s called the “get back” coach.
This is maybe the most reddit-y NFL related thing ever.
So all those times I was protecting my toddler from the bigger kids at those play parks… I was actually training for an actual job?! Where do I apply??
I wish I had someone that grabbed me as tightly as that man grabs him. /relationship_goals.
They’d be a great ice skating duo.
Ahaha it’s kind of cute, I hope they bone
We need one for our coach so he doesn’t run into glass
Still a better love story than twilight
Congratulations to the new head coach of the Miami Dolphins.
According to this 2010 story on nfl.com, every team is *required* to appoint a “get-back” coach, whether he’s as hands-on as this guy or not.