Found June 05, 2012 on
Pro Football Zone:
St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher has been doing more than just preparing for the upcoming season. It looks like he recently starred in a music video with the band Goodbye June. The name of the song is “microscope” and the video was just posted on YouTube on June 3rd.
Fisher plays a villain in the video and does a pretty good job in my opinion. Who would’ve thought he had some talent in acting? This could be a sign of what he plans on doing whenever he’s done with coaching. Or he never intends on acting for a living and was just having fun.
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Jeff Fisher…NFL coach…ROCK STAR???
The man with the most beautiful mustache in the NFL is making his music video debut for Goodbye June‘s new single “Microscope”. The Nashville-based rock band recruited the ex-Tennessee Titans coach and football legend to be a trigger happy police officer in their new video. I always saw coach Fisher and his perfect mustache as a man...
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The Rams coach does credible work here. Could Steve Spagnuolo or Scott Linehan pull this off? I think not.