Los Angeles Rams COO Kevin Demoff believes it is "well past time" for Chiefs defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo to receive another opportunity as a head coach in the NFL. Demoff praised Spagnuolo's ability to transform the culture and elevate the team during his time in St. Louis, emphasizing that he deserves a second chance. Spagnuolo, who previously served as head coach of the St. Louis Rams from 2009-2011, received support from various players and executives for his exceptional coaching performance, particularly during the 2023 season.By the Numbers
- Spagnuolo held opponents to 17.3 points and 289.8 yards per game in the 2023 season
- Chiefs allowed 7 points in the Wild Card Round, 24 in the Divisional Round, and 10 in the AFC Championship Game
- Demand for Spagnuolo's consideration as a head coach is gaining momentum
- Spagnuolo's coaching skills and impact on the Chiefs' defense are widely recognized
Kansas City Chiefs' defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo is gaining significant support, especially from Rams COO Kevin Demoff, advocating for his overdue opportunity to become a head coach in the NFL.
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