Former NFL head coach Jeff Fisher to serve as analyst for
Former NFL coach Jeff Fisher will serve as an analyst for FOX in at least one game next season, according to a published report Thursday. Andrew Marchand of the New York Post reported that Fisher will be joined by play-by-play announcer Dan Hellie for the Sept. 30 game pitting the New York Jets against the host Jacksonville Jaguars .
Former Rams head coach Jeff Fisher could be part of
Former Los Angeles Rams head coach Jeff Fisher looks to call at least one NFL game this fall for Fox. Here’s why I think that is a great idea.
Report: Former Rams Head Coach Jeff Fisher In Talks For
Watch video · Troy Aikman currently serves as Fox’s No. 1 analyst and Fisher will reportedly slide behind him on either of its two NFL Sunday pregame shows. The 60-year-old Fisher has servd as a head coach in the NFL for 22 seasons. In his 17 seasons with the Titans, he led Tennessee to the 1999 Super Bowl and has reached the postseason six times.
Report: Jeff Fisher to join FOX Sports as analyst for one game
Fisher will join several former NFL head coaches who have recently turned to broadcasting. During this offseason alone, former Carolina Panthers, Denver Broncos, and Chicago Bears head coach John Fox joined ESPN, and former Arizona Cardinals head coach …
NFL news: Jeff Fisher expected to be commentator for Jets
Former NFL coach Jeff Fisher will be part of Fox’s NFL coverage, but it will not be a big role — at least initially. Right now, Fisher is scheduled to be an analyst on one NFL game during the first half of the upcoming season, sources told The Post.
Jeff Fisher – Wikipedia
Jeffrey Michael Fisher (born February 25, 1958) is a former American football coach and player. He served as a head coach in the National Football League (NFL) for 22 seasons, primarily with the Tennessee Titans franchise. He coached the Titans for 17 seasons and the …
Twitter reacts to report of Jeff Fisher possibly becoming
Jul 11, 2018 · Jeff Fisher has been out of the NFL for a little over two years now, but the former Titans and Rams head coach has not stayed out of the news. After previously saying he still wants to be an NFL