Found January 04, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
According to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is ready to out bid any other team for the services of head coach Jeff Fisher. Ross doesn’t want to overpay for Fisher, but he’s willing to out bid any team that wants him. He has the money to pay Fisher in order to keep him from going anywhere else. Fisher understands the Dolphins will pay him what he wants. But at this point he’s concerned about the team’s structure. “If Jeff wants the money, if that is more important to him, then the Dolphins have a good chance,” Salguero’s source said. “But if money is secondary and he’s more concerned with structure or other cards on the table, he’ll end up somewhere else.”
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