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Dolphins move on from Fisher, who is expected to be the new Rams head coach

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The Miami Dolphins have moved on from Jeff Fisher.

Jeff Fisher (Getty Images/Stringer Dilip Vishwanat)

Fisher is expected to become the St. Louis Rams head coach within the next 48 hours. The Dolphins have already began to contact other candidates about the job.

Fisher was reportedly agonizing over his decision, but apparently, that’s not the case. Most signs have said Fisher will become the new Rams head coach in recent days, including after he met with Sam Bradford at the team facility on Sunday.

Fisher’s agent is the father to Rams’ Director of Football Operations Kevin Demoff. The Rams have also contacted the Tennessee Titans to speak with two front office executives for the GM position.

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