It appears the Rams will be keeping Jeff Fisher around for the foreseeable future.
The Los Angeles Rams are expected to extend the contracts of head coach Jeff Fisher and general manager Les Snead before the start of the season, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports.
Fisher, 58, has coached the Rams to a 27–36 record since joining the team in 2012. He owns a a career 52% winning percentage in 21 seasons. He has only had two winning seasons since 2000, both of which came with the Tennessee Titans.
Snead has been with the team since 2012, and shortly after he was hired he was responsible for trading the No. 2 pick in the draft that year to the Redskins for a plethora of current and future draft picks in the early rounds. Washington used the pick on quarterback Robert Griffin, III, who was released after last season.
The Rams are returning to California this season after leaving for St. Louis in 1995. They will play a preseason game at The Coliseum on Saturday night.
– Kenny Ducey