Jeff Fisher Linked To Bucs, Colts, Rams And Chargers

Where will Jeff Fisher coach in 2012? Multiple reports have connected him to several jobs.

Where will Jeff Fisher coach in 2012? That's the question a few NFL teams are trying to figure out. Fisher, the free agente coach fired by the Tennessee Titans last year, wants back in and multiple reports have connected him to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Indianapolis Colts, St. Louis Rams and San Diego Chargers.

With Jon Gruden reportedly staying at ESPN, Fisher is the top name available. He'll have plenty of interest and, according to the latest reports, several teams are already hoping to land him.

NFL Network's Albert Breer reports Fisher has the Rams and Chargers at the top of his list. Mike Freeman of CBS Sports reports Fisher's wish list starts with the Bucs and Colts.

The Rams have fired Steve Spagnuolo and the Bucs did the same with Raheem Morris. Norv Turner is on the hot seat with the Chargers as is Jim Caldwell with the Colts.

Fisher is the big fish in the coaching market this year and it sounds like one of those four teams have a shot at landing him.

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