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Jeff Fisher | DT

Team: Los Angeles Rams
Age / DOB:  (57) / 2/25/1958
Ht / Wt:  5'11' / 188
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ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports Jeff Fisher is safe as the Rams' head coach.
Fisher is football equivalent of the dictionary definition of mediocrity, and is arguably worse. The Rams, however, love Fisher because of his background of moving a franchise from Houston to Tennessee, and Rams ownership wants to move the team to Los Angeles. To Fisher's credit, he's kept St. Louis playing hard down the stretch of yet another lost season. If the Rams beat the 49ers on Sunday, they'll finish 8-8 -- Fisher's best record as St. Louis' head coach. Jan 3 - 10:39 AM

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NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports Rams coach Jeff Fisher and GM Les Snead are both considered safe for 2016.

It's a cruel joke for Rams fans, but hardly a surprise. With the franchise in relocation chaos, owner Stan Kroenke has bigger worries. He's not going to lead the search for a new head coach as he tries to take his team to Los Angeles. Fisher's teams have regressed since his 2012 arrival, while he and Snead have created one of the least talented offenses in recent memory. Fisher would be fired were he coaching in any other situation.
Thu, Dec 17, 2015 02:48:00 PM

The Tennessean has heard the Rams and Jets have had discussions with the Titans about trading up to No. 2 overall.

We already knew the Eagles and Browns are very interested in getting up for Marcus Mariota. Now the Titans are likely trying to drive the pricetag up by leaking interest from other teams. It seems unlikely the Rams or Jets would be able to come up with a compensation package anywhere near what the Eagles (with Sam Bradford as a chip) or Browns (with two first-round picks) could offer.
Thu, Apr 30, 2015 12:45:00 PM

Coach Jeff Fisher says the Rams have yet to have any discussions with teams about trading the No. 2 overall pick.

The Rams are very likely interested in trading down regardless of what Fisher says, but any potential deal likely won't happen until the draft. Fisher did suggest St. Louis could pass on Sammy Watkins if it holds onto the No. 2 overall pick, and hasn't dismissed the possibility of taking Jadeveon Clowney. (Not that coachspeak about draft prospects means anything this time of year.) OT Greg Robinson is another strong possibility if the Rams stay put.
Source: ESPN.com
Sat, Mar 29, 2014 02:32:00 PM

SI's Peter King says the Rams will "have a chance to trade the second pick, and will be very interested in doing so."

With three quarterbacks (Teddy Bridgewater, Johnny Manziel, Blake Bortles) separating themselves from the pack, it's conceivable that the Rams could trade down for a nice haul of picks again. Last time they did it (in the 2012 Robert Griffin deal), they landed a small fortune that included this No. 2 overall pick. This time around, the Vikings and Bucs are among the quarterback-needy teams that might want to move up. If the Rams stay at No. 2, Auburn OT Greg Robinson would make a ton of sense.
Source: SI.com
Mon, Feb 24, 2014 11:12:00 AM

The Los Angeles Times reports Rams owner Stan Kroenke recently purchased a 60-acre lot in Inglewood, Cal. that "could potentially be a used for an NFL stadium."

According to reporter Sam Farmer, Kroenke appears to have bought the land late last year. The terms of the Rams' St. Louis lease allow the team to move penalty-free beginning after the 2014 season. In and of itself, the purchase isn't a smoking gun that the Rams are L.A. bound, but it certainly ups the stakes in the team's St. Louis negotiations. Acquiring land is just one in a litany of hurdles any team would have to clear before packing up and heading to Hollywood. Local laws and regulations have made it nearly impossible for a viable stadium deal to emerge. That being said, owning both the team and the necessary land puts Kroenke way ahead of past failed suitors. It's not a good development for fans who want the team to stay in St. Louis.
Thu, Jan 30, 2014 08:57:00 PM

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Rams' No. 22 overall pick is "clearly for sale."

Quarterback-needy teams like the Jaguars, Bills and Jets should listen up. By getting into the back end of the first round, they can likely pluck a signal-caller they have their eye on. Geno Smith, Ryan Nassib and E.J. Manuel could all still be available. It's a good spot for the Rams, who also hold the No. 16 overall pick.
Thu, Apr 25, 2013 10:34:00 AM

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3RB1Benny Cunningham
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