Found January 01, 2012 on
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The Glazer family notoriously keeps their plans regarding the football team they own to themselves. In early 2009, for example, no one expected Buccaneers coach Jon Gruden and G.M. Bruce Allen to be fired. But they were, promptly replaced by Raheem Morris and Mark Dominik, respectively. Now, with the Bucs in a nine-game free fall…
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With the Tampa Bay Buccaneers entering their final regular season game this week in the midst of a nine-game losing streak and several questions surrounding the future of head coach Raheem Morris, comes the rumor of the possibility that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers might have already met with former NFL head coach Jeff Fisher.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers bear writer Rick Stroud...
As the Jaguars close out their dismal 2011 season, the next step for the organization will presumably be a complete fire sale — everything goes, even the owner.
Although the team’s new ownership has already been determined, the same can’t be said for its head coach.
While defensive coordinator-turned-interim coach Mel Tucker will oversee the final game, the Jags are expected...
The first NBCSportsTalk on the newly christened NBC Sports Network had a juicy nugget in the first five minutes. Peter King reported that Jeff Fisher will interview for the Rams head coaching job this week. It’s believed that Fisher wants to go to a place with a quarterback in place. St. Louis certainly qualifies. Fisher…
From prize targets (Jeff Fisher) to some familiar faces (Mike
Former Tennessee coach Jeff Fisher is scheduled to have an interview with the Dolphins for their coach opening this week.
Fred Taylor wants what's best for the Jacksonville Jaguars - and he believes that Jeff Fisher would be a great fit as the team's next coach.
As the team continues to look for a coach to replace the fired Jack Del Rio, Taylor made his pitch for the former Tennessee Titans coach.
"He’s going to be super-motivated to go and kick Tennessee’s (expletive) each time they...
ATLANTA -- Purely by coincidence, former Tennessee Titans coach Jeff Fisher crossed paths with the Buccaneers this...
The coaching carousel is a rocky ride for NFL retreads, writes Len Pasquarelli, who says to turn a deaf ear when one-time head coaches such as Mike Mularkey and Gregg Williams are mentioned. Unless, of course, that coach is Jeff Fisher. He’s likely to be the frontrunner for multiple openings.