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John Fassel, who had the same duties in Oakland the last three
seasons, is joining Jeff Fisher's Rams staff as special teams
BEST OF MAXIM
St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher is set to add his son -- Detroit Lions defensive assistant Brandon Fisher -- to his coaching staff, the Detroit Free Press reported, citing a team source.
The Lions previously said all of their assistant coaches had re-signed but refused to mention Fisher, who spent one season on the staff, by name.
A Lions spokesman told the newspaper Wednesday...
INDIANAPOLIS • Rams coach Jeff Fisher met
Wednesday with Atlanta Falcons director of player personnel Les
Snead about the team's general manager position. This brings to
five the number of GM candidat
Justin Fritze will be breaking down where every team in the NFL currently stands for us here at TOJ, going from worst to first…continuing today with the St. Louis Rams -
There is a strange three headed beast. It begins with the mustache of Jeff Fisher, surrounded by his increasingly “party first” mullet. It wears black sunglasses, even...
Jeff Fisher and his band of merry men, pardon me...assistants, are finally assembled with the St. Louis Rams now that Brian Schottenheimer and Gregg Williams are in house as offensive and defensive coordinators respectively. For obvious reasons these three are the figures that most will focus on when it comes to the success of the Rams in 2012. However, not content to rest of this...
St. Louis' new coach not only has definitive ideas for his new team, but they might be in the city much longer. (NBC Sports)
The Lions said after the season that all of their assistant coaches for 2011 would return for 2012, but it turns out that’s not the case. The Detroit Free Press reports that Brandon Fisher, a defensive assistant in Detroit, is leaving to become an assistant to his dad, Rams head coach Jeff Fisher. Lions coach…
Seven teams will have a new head coach in 2012. See how the hires ranked 1-7.
1. Jeff Fisher, St. Louis Rams— Fisher gets the nod as the best head coaching hire for 2012 because of his NFL head coaching experience as he was at the helm of the Oilers/Titans franchise for 17 years. While I see Fisher as the best hire this offseason, I still see the hire as slightly overrated...
The 2011 season marked a new beginning for the Tennessee Titans franchise.
The fresh start began when 16-year head coach Jeff Fisher stepped down before the start of the season, paving the way for offensive line coach Mike Munchak to take the helm. The first-time head coach, a Hall of Fame player, led the Titans to a respectable 8-8 record, leaving them just outside the Playoffs...