Jeff Fisher Is Not Concerned About Losing His Job


Despite another mediocre season for the Rams, head coach Jeff Fisher isn’t concerned about his job security one bit. If you recall watching HBO’s “Hard Knocks”, Fisher famously said he wasn’t going to put up with this “7-9 bulls—.” anymore. Well, as the Rams currently sit with a record of (4-7), they’ll be even lucky to reach seven wins this time around. Considering all of the negativity, Fisher claims he’s not worried about his job security.

“We opened our world to ‘Hard Knocks,'” Fisher said after Wednesday’s practice. “Those comments came after a couple of issues that we had. I’ve never been satisfied with 7-9 or 8-8. I’ve had a number of winning seasons. I’m not concerned. I don’t look over my shoulder, like I’ve said over and over again. I’m not concerned about my job. I have a great relationship with [Rams owner Stan Kroenke]. He understands the difficulties that were placed on this organization as far as the move is concerned. And I’m moving forward optimistically with this team.”

Under Fisher, the Rams haven’t had one winning season during his four years.

Source: ESPN

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