Jeff Fisher "On The Verge" Of Accepting Rams' Offer, According To Report

According to Howard Balzer of 101ESPN.com, free agent head coach Jeff Fisher is "on the verge" of becoming the next head coach of the St. Louis Rams. Fisher has interviewed already with the Miami Dolphins, and is widely believed to be deciding between the Rams and Dolphins, which is a decision that come sometime next week, if not earlier.

Balzer reports that Fisher is enticed by the lack of power in the NFC West, the Rams' position in the 2012 NFL Draft and the fact that St. Louis is currently without a general manager. Fisher coached the Tennessee Titans for 16 years up until last season when he parted ways with the franchise, amassing a career record of 142-120.

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