While much of the staff remains the same, the Rams have made a few coaching changes for the 2019 season.
Los Angeles has added three coaches to its staff: tight ends coach Wes Phillips, defensive line coach Eric Henderson, and assistant quarterbacks coach Zac Robinson.
Wes Phillips is defensive coordinator Wade Phillips’ son. The younger Phillips was on his father’s staff in Dallas starting in 2007, and stayed on under head coach Jason Garrett as an offensive assistant through the 2013 season. In 2014, Wes Phillips arrived in Washington, where he worked under head coach Jay Gruden and then-Washington offensive coordinator Sean McVay as tight ends coach — a position Phillips held through the 2018 season.
Henderson assumes the defensive line coach duties after spending 2017 and 2018 as the Chargers assistant defensive line coach. Henderson spent three seasons in the NFL after setting a Georgia Tech record with 59.5 career tackles for loss. He coached at the college level from 2012-2016.
Robinson joins the Rams after serving as an analyst for Pro Football Focus. A seventh-round pick in 2010, Robinson spent time with the Patriots, Seahawks, Lions, and Bengals from 2010-2014.