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The St. Louis Rams got a “thanks but no thanks” response to one of the candidates they wanted to interview for their head-coaching vacancy. Steve Sarkisian, the head coach at the University of Washington, was approached by the Rams but told them he wasn’t interested, Bruce Feldman of CBS reports. This is the second time…
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When it comes to choosing his next home, Jeff Fisher, the big fish in a small pond of coaching commodities, prefers to take his time. From all accounts, what’s hindering the decision is the ultimate dilemma: money vs. power.
It seems Fisher is moving closer to making his decision, and will go with the latter — a permanent place of residence in the Gateway City.
ST. LOUIS - Jeff Fisher is in St. Louis interviewing for the St. Louis Rams coaching job after previously meeting...
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Jeff Fisher is in St. Louis interviewing for the St. Louis Rams coaching job after previously meeting with the Dolphins.
The New England Patriots have formally asked the St. Louis Rams for permission to speak with Josh McDaniels about their pending offensive coordinator opening.
Sam Bradford has played 11 bad games in a row.Look it up. Yet, nobody questions whether he's the St. Louis Rams' quarterback in 2012.
Friday the St. Louis Rams gave permission to the New England Patriots to interview Josh McDaniels. This is another sign that the St. Louis Rams could be very close to signing Jeff Fisher as their next head coach. Jeff Fisher would not be inclined to keep McDaniels who has one year left on his contract with the Rams.Adam Schefter reports that the New England Patriots are expected...
If there was any question about how serious the Rams are in bringing in Jeff Fisher as their new head coach, they were answered on Thursday. Rams owner Stan Kroenke met with Fisher in Denver for a good part of the day with Fisher reportedly leaving … [visit site to read more]
Kroenke Meets With Fisher - Ramblin' Fan - Ramblin' Fan - A St. Louis Rams Fan Site - News, Blogs...
Arizona Cardinals defensive coordinator Ray Horton interviewed Friday for the St. Louis Rams' coaching job, according to a league source.