Rams Likely Not Finished With Front Office Changes


The Los Angeles Rams relieved head coach Jeff Fisher of his duties yesterday, but that might be just the beginning.

As poor as Jeff Fisher’s record has been, it has come under the watch of general manager Les Snead and he looks to be the next person to lose his job.

“Starting today, we’ll have a complete review of the entire organization. We’ll analyze that department,” Demoff said.

Demoff brought up Snead’s position without being prompted.

“This time, if we decide to make a move at general manager, you may choose a general manager first and a head coaching candidate second,” Demoff explained. “I think it all depends on, as you go through the process over the next few weeks, the head coaching candidates you identify. If you decide to make a change at general manager, the general manager candidates you identify and what you think the right order is. You can win lots of games under either formula.”

Source: NFL.com


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