Jeff Fisher Update From The St. Louis Rams

With word out that former Tennessee Titans coach Jeff Fisher is leaning towards returning to the NFL with the St. Louis Rams, the team is starting to get excited, speculatively-speaking.

Via the team site, Rams chief operating officer and executive vice president of football operations Kevin Demoff expects to hear the official news some time in the next few days.

"I think it’s probably fair to say that if he were excited to be excited about coming here, we’d be excited to have him. Obviously, there are a lot of things to work through on both sides. You never know how these things are going to turn out but he’s obviously an impressive coach with an impressive resume and we are excited about what we’ve heard so far."

Fish is also considering the Miami Dolphins' vacancy and has interviewed with both teams in the last week, but most sources agree that he's heavily-leaning towards the Rams.

For more on the coaching vacancies at St. Louis and Miami, head over to the SB Nation blogs Turf Show Times and The Phinsider. Also be sure to head over to check out all of the 2012 Offseason NFL Moves.

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