Report: Jeff Fisher Wants To Return To The Bears

Published December 19, 2017 at 1:08 PM

"Before he became a well-known NFL head coach, Jeff Fisher played 49 games for the Chicago Bears between 1981 and 1984 as a defensive back and kick returner and now he could be looking to return to the Windy City.
According to Mike Jurecki of Arizona Sports 98.7 FM, Fisher is looking to return to the NFL sidelines next year and is eyeing the potential openings with Bears, Cleveland Browns and Indianapolis Colts.
Fisher spent 22 years as a head coach with the Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans and St. Louis/Los Angeles Rams. He had his most successful season in 1999 when he took the 13-3 Titans to the Super Bowl where they lost to Kurt Warner and the Rams.
Even though he has had longevity in the league, he is only eight games over .500 during his coaching career. In his 21 full NFL seasons, he only has six winning seasons with the last one coming with the Rams in 2008.
This is hardly the head coach you want to come in to try to get Mitch Trubisky to reach his full potential. Yes, Fisher drafted Jared Goff in his final draft with the Rams, but he did not excel untl the offensive minded Sean McVay arrived.
Do you want to see Jeff Fisher as the next head coach of the Chicago Bears? (SPOILER ALERT: The answer is no!)

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