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The NFL rumors are starting to circulate that former head coach Jeff Fisher might being trying to jump back into a head coaching spot for the 2018 season.
We last saw Fisher in the 2016 season as newly L.A. Rams coaching moving his team to a new state and then he was let go. Fisher spent 22 seasons as a head coach for the Hoston Oilers, Tennessee Titans and the St. Louis/Los Angeles Rams and now the rumors say Fisher is looking into one of the three teams- Browns, Bears and the Colts as a possible coaching spot.
In 1981 NFL Draft, Fisher was drafted in the seventh round by the Chicago Bears where he played in 49 games as their defensive back and return specialist. He played with the Bears for five seasons before he was injured and put on IR while the team won Super Bowl in 1985, and still earning a ring himself.
His history with the Bears gives Fisher a possible shoe in for spot, but time will tell if he lands a team at all.
Fisher’s debut in Los Angeles was a flop season with a 3-1 start and he was fired on Dec. 12, just weeks after being resigned to a two-year contract.

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