The Miami Dolphins were feeling pretty good about their chances about getting Jeff Fisher, the former Tennessee Titans head coach, to come take over the team when he visited last Thursday. But now it appears the Dolphins are moving on and Fisher is leaning toward joining the St. Louis Rams, according to McClatchy news services.
Fisher's Titans faced off against the Rams in the Super Bowl back in 2000 and lost 23-16. Now Fisher has the chance of sitting in the other locker room, but there is something that isn't sitting well with him, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Fisher originally coached the team when it was known as the Houston Oilers and went with the team as it moved to Tennessee and played its first season in Memphis before moving to Nashville. And now he is concerned that the Rams could move back to Los Angeles, the Post-Dispatch reports. As it is, the Rams can leave Missouri after the 2014 season "if their stadium isn't among the top 25 percent of all NFL venues," according to the ProFootballTalk, though, as the site points out, it isn't really clear exactly what that means.