The Washington Redskins are searching for a replacement for their young offensive coordinator Sean McVay, who left to become the head coach of the LA Rams.

Washington has plenty of experience on their current staff, and some have pointed to long-time assistant Bill Callahan as a potential replacement.

Although, according to his agent, Callahan is far from interested.

“Bill has never been happier in his life,” Callahan's agent told the Washington Post. 

“He loves working with Jay (Gruden),” LaMonte continued. “It’s not that he’s dismissive of an opportunity to, at some point in time, become a coordinator. But at this time, he’s not interested because he’s enjoying the players he works with and enjoying working for Jay.”

Callahan has plenty of experience in the league, and would certainly be a tremendous hire if he were to change his mind. The former Raiders head coach has been around the league since the 1990's, but at 60 is probably looking towards the tail end of his coaching career.

Washington will have to look elsewhere to find someone to coach up Kirk Cousins and co.