Rams Coaching Search: Jeff Fisher Most Likely To Land In St. Louis, According To Report

Jeff Fisher is a hot name on the coaching carousel, and he has already had an interview with the Miami Dolphins.


Related: Between Rams And Dolphins For Jeff Fisher, Per ESPN Report

But the NFL Network's Albert Breer believes that St. Louis is at the top of Fisher's list and the most likely destination for the free agent coach in 2012:

Atop [Fisher's] list of priorities is the presence of a franchise quarterback. And I'm told, despite the Rams' listless season of 2011, that's just how he sees Sam Bradford, a player Fisher interviewed and liked quite a bit at the 2010 combine.

That's why, connecting the dots, St. Louis is at the top of Fisher's list. That Fisher is represented by Marvin Demoff, who son Kevin is the Rams COO, only makes it more likely that he'll land in Missouri.

Breer also says that Fisher would love to coach in Chicago, though of course the Bears head coaching job will be occupied -- at minimum -- through the 2012 season.

Stay tuned to SB Nation St. Louis for more information, and for in-depth analysis on the St. Louis Rams be sure to visit Turf Show Times. Visit SB Nation NFL for more news and notes around the league.

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