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Jeff Fisher Update: Possible Move To LA Is Only Hangup In Deal Between Fisher, St. Louis Rams

It appears that the only possible hangup between the St. Louis Rams hiring Jeff Fisher to be their new head coach is the team's possible move to Los Angeles in the near future, according to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The Rams have long been rumored as a potential option for the city of Los Angeles, which has gone years without an NFL team despite being one of the largest markets in the United States.

Fisher, the former longtime head coach with the Tennessee Titans, parted ways with his former team in January of 2011. He spent 17 seasons at the helm in Tennessee, guiding the Titans to a 142-120 overall record, six postseason appearances and one Super Bowl appearance. He only interviewed with two teams this winter, the Rams and the Miami Dolphins, even though there are numerous other coaching vacancies in the league at the moment.

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