Former Tennessee Titans head coach Jeff Fisher said today that he is currently choosing between becoming the next head coach of either the Miami Dolphins or the St. Louis Rams, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
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The Rams finished the season tied with the Indianapolis Colts for the worst record in the NFL. Despite finishing with a 2-14 record, the Rams could be an attractive landing spot for Fisher because they already have an established quarterback of the future, Sam Bradford, and they have the No. 2 overall pick in the upcoming NFL Draft.
The Dolphins finished the season with a 6-10 record after a strong second-half push that saw them win six of their final nine games. The team has several established offensive weapons already, including quarterback Matt Moore and running back Reggie Bush. Fisher was the NFL’s longest-tenured head coach when fired by Tennessee last January. With the Titans/Oilers he posted a 142-120 overall record and led the team to the franchise’s lone Super Bowl berth in 1999. In 2010 he led the Titans to a 6-10 record.