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Jeff Fisher Signs with Rams


Jeff Fisher has finally signed with the St. Louis Rams after holding both the Rams and Dolphins organizations hostage for almost a week. Fisher has only been a coach for the Titans thus far in his career and sports a 147-126 record of wins to losses. Fisher was a hot commodity on the coaching market this offseason and many sites had been going back and forth during this past week, trying to predict whether Fisher signed with the Rams or the Dolphins.

The possible move of the Rams to L.A. in a couple years was supposed to be a little off putting to Fisher, as well as the Dolphins willingness to match any offer he got to coach anywhere else, but Fisher has finally chosen the Rams.

Fisher finds himself on a team that will have a lot of cap room headed into the 2013 season, giving him space to restructure the team as he pleases. He also finds himself along side a young quarterback much more to his liking than that of Vince Young.

Best of luck to Fisher in his new town. I’m sure he’s welcomed with arms wide open.

As for us Titans, we’re just fine without him.

 

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Tags: Coach Jeff Fisher Miami Dolphins St. Louis Rams

  • Titan Sized on Fansided

    It’s okay. We’re gonna win a Superbowl before he does. And on the money part, it obviously wasn’t, as the Dolphins said they’d beat any other teams offer.

  • Nate Jones

    But they didnt. He ended up with a little over $7million a year and full control of the team. With Dolphins, his decisions were to be split and negotiated ith Ireland.

  • Titan Sized on Fansided

    “With Dolphins, his decisions were to be split and negotiated ith Ireland.” Yes. “But they didnt.” Not until you give me a reference. So no.

  • Nate Jones

    Im saying they didnt offer him more money than the Rams. The Article says compensation was the main reason he didnt sign with the Rams earlier, but now thats all worked out and thats why he is there now. So obviously, they didnt give him what he wanted in Miami or he wouldve went there. He is looking for a team with the best chances to go to the Super Bowl, and the Rams are not that team. So he went with the team that had the most to offer.

  • Titan Sized on Fansided

    His big deal was control of the team. Miami wouldn’t have been as generous in giving him control as the Rams are. That was his big deciding factor. Miami didn’t have a problem with giving him cash, they had a problem with giving him control.

  • Titan Sized on Fansided

    It’s okay. We’re gonna win a Superbowl before he does. And on the money part, it obviously wasn’t, as the Dolphins said they’d beat any other teams offer.

  • Nate Jones

    But they didnt. He ended up with a little over $7million a year and full control of the team. With Dolphins, his decisions were to be split and negotiated ith Ireland.

  • Titan Sized on Fansided

    “With Dolphins, his decisions were to be split and negotiated ith Ireland.” Yes. “But they didnt.” Not until you give me a reference. So no.

  • Nate Jones

    Im saying they didnt offer him more money than the Rams. The Article says compensation was the main reason he didnt sign with the Rams earlier, but now thats all worked out and thats why he is there now. So obviously, they didnt give him what he wanted in Miami or he wouldve went there. He is looking for a team with the best chances to go to the Super Bowl, and the Rams are not that team. So he went with the team that had the most to offer.

  • Titan Sized on Fansided

    His big deal was control of the team. Miami wouldn’t have been as generous in giving him control as the Rams are. That was his big deciding factor. Miami didn’t have a problem with giving him cash, they had a problem with giving him control.

  • David Matthew Melville

    I just think its ironic that he is going to coach the team that beat him in the Super Bowl. I think also that this was a much smarter choice then the Dolphins.

  • David Matthew Melville

    I just think its ironic that he is going to coach the team that beat him in the Super Bowl. I think also that this was a much smarter choice then the Dolphins.