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After spending the last two seasons as an offensive assistant, Kromer has a new title in 2023 as assistant offensive line coach.
After spending the last two seasons as an offensive assistant, Kromer has a new title in 2023 as assistant offensive line coach. He has primarily worked with the offensive line in each of his seven seasons with the team so far. Kromer and wide receivers coach Eric Yarber are the longest-tenured members of McVay's offensive staff, having been on it since McVay's first season as head coach in 2017.
During his first five seasons with the Rams from 2017-2021, Kromer primarily worked with the offensive line. With the help of Kromer, the offensive line has anchored one of the most productive offenses in the NFL over his time with Los Angeles. Heading into the 2022 season, Kromer is working closely with the tight end unit.
In his fourth season in L.A. in 2020, Kromer helped a rushing attack that finished 10th in the league, averaging 126.1 rushing yards per game. The team was led by rookie RB Cam Akers with a team-best 625 yards on the ground. Akers recorded a 61-yard rushing attempt against the 49ers in a Week 11 contest. It marked the longest rush of the McVay era.
In 2019, with the help of Kromer's adjustments throughout the season due to injury along the offensive front, the offensive line did not allow a sack in a franchise-best six games, while also allowing the fewest sacks in the league (22).
Kromer spent the 2016 season with the Buffalo Bills as an entry- level coaching assistant. Prior to the Bills, he spent four seasons at the University of Oklahoma as a student assistant for the football program.
Kromer earned a bachelor of arts degree in communications.
He is the son of the longtime NFL offensive line coach Aaron Kromer, who has 18 seasons of NFL experience.
Kromer and his wife, Emily, got married in June 2018 and they have a son, Beckham.