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The prospects of Mike Zimmer returning for a fifth season as the Bengals defensive coordinator became more muddled on Friday.
With Jeff Fisher accepting the Rams opening over the Dolphins, Zimmer has emerged as one of the frontrunners for the Miami opening. Zimmer interviewed for the opening on Tuesday and Wednesday and is one of five who have interviewed. The others are Fisher, Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin, Bears special teams coach Dave Taub and interim head coach Todd Bowles.
According to multiple reports, Tampa Bay has also received permission to speak to Zimmer and Carolina offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski. Houston defensive coordinator Wade Phillips was expected to speak with the Bucs Friday but withdrew from consideration.
The Bucs have already interviewed Brad Childress, Titans defensive coordinator Jerry Gray, Marty Schottenheimer and Mike Sherman.
Should Zimmer leave for a head coach job, secondary coach Kevin Coyle and former Jacksonville head coach Jack ...
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I’m not sure about the Miami Dolphins Front Office, but I get a growing sense that Dolphins fans are growing more impatient by the minute about this whole Jeff Fisher ‘decision’. Yesterday, we told you about the NFL.com report stating that it appears Fisher will choose the Dolphins. But here we are, 24 hours later, [...]
Jeff Fisher, the most desired coach for hire in the NFL, waited and negotiated as long as he could for the Miami Dolphin coaching job. Instead, the former head coach of the Tennessee Titans went to the very team that beat his beloved Titans in the Super Bowl over a decade ago.
As for Miami, the Dolphins are left pondering where they went wrong, too stubborn to realize that Tennessee...
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Jeff Fisher spent exactly one season out of the NFL. He will have a huge task in front of him as he gets back to work.
Fisher has accepted an offer to become coach of the St. Louis Rams, a person familiar with the decision said Friday on condition of anonymity because the hiring hadn't been announced. Fisher chose the Rams over the Miami Dolphins after several...
Jeff Fisher has made his choice, deciding to become the head coach of the St. Louis Rams, FOXSports.com has learned.
The former coach of the Tennessee Titans was the top candidate of both the Rams and Miami Dolphins. The decision came after several days of deliberation by Fisher, who interviewed with both teams last week.
Fisher spent more than 16 seasons with the Titans and made...
The St. Louis Rams have agreed to terms with Jeff Fisher to be their next head coach, according to Michael Lombardi of NFL Network and others.
Fisher had been the most prominent candidate connected to any of the current head-coaching vacancies, interviewing with both the St. Louis Rams and Miami Dolphins. Most recently, NFL Network had reported that Fisher was close to joining the...
A person familiar with the decision says Jeff Fisher has accepted an offer to coach the St. Louis Rams.
As the football-watching world watches and waits for free-agent coach Jeff Fisher to pick between the Rams and the Dolphins, there’s a new development. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports, citing a source close to Fisher (i.e., Fisher), that Fisher isn’t playing the Dolphins against the Rams, and vice-versa, in order to get the best possible…
We don’t know what the answer will be from Jeff Fisher yet, although Thursday seems like the day we will likely get the final word. With the recent news that Fisher may be leaning toward the Miami Dolphins, it makes sense to start to look ahead to … [visit site to read more]
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Jeff Fisher will be the next coach of the St. Louis Rams, a league source told NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi on Friday.