The Miami Dolphins are in the hunt for a head coach and the Miami Herald reports that the team is "prepared to make Jeff Fisher the best financial offer of any team vying for the coach this winter."
But ESPN points out that money may not be the end-all, be-all for Fisher, who "stayed in Tennessee for 16 years and worked under an owner, Bud Adams, not known for extravagance."
Fisher visited with Dolphins owner Stephen Ross the other day and Yahoo! Sports' Michael Silver reports that he "left South Florida on Tuesday with stone crabs in his stomach and a very positive impression of Ross and the Dolphins' organization." Silver notes that Fisher's Wednesday and Thursday are being spent with the St. Louis Rams, another team in search of a head coach.