Jeff Fisher Down To St. Louis Rams Or Miami Dolphins

Jeff Fisher interviewed with the Miami Dolphins earlier this week, and may already be in the midst of interviews with the St. Louis Rams on Thursday. Unsurprisingly, he has apparently whittled his coaching destination next season to one of those two teams, according to Michael Silver of Yahoo! Sports.

In the Dolphins, Fisher would take over a team that went 6-3 over the last three games of the season after starting 0-7 on the year. He would have a trending young defense to work with, as well as decent skill players on offense. He wouldn't have a quarterback to build around, however, something the Rams can provide in Sam Bradford.

Whether that means any other suitor is out of the picture is unclear. A team like the Indianapolis Colts could be attractive if they let go of Jim Caldwell and take Andrew Luck with the first pick of the 2012 NFL Draft. For now, though, Miami and St. Louis are apparently the top destinations.

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 our official hub for all 2012 Offseason NFL Moves.

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