Rams complete coaching staff with John Lilly as new tight ends coach

INDIANAPOLIS -- The Los Angeles Rams no longer have any vacancies on Jeff Fisher's coaching staff.

Fisher confirmed Wednesday that he has filled all of the openings he intends to fill with the final addition of John Lilly as tight ends coach. In addition to Lilly, the Rams previously added Mike Groh as the receivers coach/passing game coordinator and Skip Peete as the running backs coach. Fisher also finally made it official that Rob Boras will be the offensive coordinator full time, a move that had long been clear but hadn't yet been confirmed.

"The coaching staff is complete," Fisher said. "I was really pleased with what Rob Boras was able to do down the stretch. I'm excited about Mike Groh, who has come in as our passing-game coordinator, and he's going to coach receivers. We're really excited about him. We're very appreciative of Coach Fox and the Bears organization allowing him to move on and join us. The rest of the guys, Skip Peete, his stuff speaks for itself. He's an outstanding running backs coach, an experienced coach with a lot of good runners."

Lilly comes to the Rams from Georgia where he coached tight ends from 2008 to 2015. He was the tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator at Florida State from 1998-2007.

"Then Coach Lilly is going to move over and coach tight ends," Fisher said. "So everything was done on the offensive side of the ball, and I can assure you they're working very hard right now."