Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay finalized his coaching staff on Wednesday, adding Matt LaFleur as an offensive coordinator and bringing special teams coordinator John Fassel back for a sixth season.
Joining McVay's offensive staff are Andy Dickerson (assistant offensive line), Aaron Kromer (offensive line), Zak Kromer (offensive quality control), Greg Olson (quarterbacks), Skip Peete (running backs), Zac Taylor (assistant wide receivers), Shane Waldron (tight ends) and Eric Yarber (wide receivers).
Defensively, the Rams' staff consists of Joe Barry (assistant head coach/linebackers), Thad Bogardus (defensive quality control), Ejiro Evero (safeties), Bill Johnson (defensive line), Aubrey Pleasant (cornerbacks), and Chris Shula (assistant linebackers) and Ted Rath (strength and conditioning).
"We have a great group of talented coaches that I'm very excited to work with this year," McVay said. "They have a vast array of experiences and the qualities we are looking for as we build this staff. Their unique insight to the game will collectively make this team better as we prepare for the 2017 season."
Fassel served as the Rams' interim coach following the firing of Jeff Fisher on Dec. 12. Los Angeles (4-12) finished third in the NFC West and do not have a first-round pick in the upcoming NFL draft.