"I saw the video. I got a chance to talk to Marcus," McVay said during his Monday news conference. "He knows that we've got to be better in those situations and can't allow whatever is going on in terms of that dialogue to affect our ability to be focused on what is going on during the game and on the field. ... We had a good discussion and he knows that."
It remains to be seen if Peters faces a fine or potential discipline over the incident. McVay said he wasn't sure how the NFL might view the incident and said it was being handled internally by the Rams.
McVay said he talked to Peters because he wanted to have an understanding of what led to his sideline outburst on Sunday. He also declined to say what they specifically talked about.
"I wanted to have an understanding of what was going on because all I saw was that video -- not exclusive to everything else that might have taken place," McVay said. "He and I were able to have that. I like the way that he was able to communicate to me and I trust that when those situations, if they do arise in the future, that we'll handle it differently."