Sean McVay will face many challenges in his first season as an NFL head coach, but the Rams’ 31-year-old leader won’t have to worry about long trips — at least initially.
The Rams play their first two games at the Coliseum against the Indianapolis Colts and the Washington Redskins and then play a Thursday night game at San Francisco, giving McVay time to get his bearings before the longer trips and challenges begin.
“The NFL schedule release is one of the most anticipated events for football fans and we’re looking forward to opening the 2017 season with two games at home,” McVay said in a statement. “Our fans give us one of the best home field advantages in the National...
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