BREAKING: Rams Head Coach Jeff Fisher Receives Two-Year Contract Extension

Despite starting off the season 4-7, earlier this week Los Angeles Rams head coach Jeff Fisher said that he was not concerned with his job security, despite it looking like the Rams are headed for their six consecutive losing season, each season he has been the coach of the team.

Rams COO Kevin Demoff also recently defended Fisher, saying that it’s unfair to judge him solely based on wins and loses, as Demoff and Rams owner Stan Kroenke are fans of Fishers leadership ability.

It appears they really are big fans of Fisher, as he has reportedly signed a two-year contract extension to remain the head coach of the Rams at least until they open their new Inglewood stadium in 2019, via Ian Rappaport of

While the news of the extension came out Sunday, he may have signed the extension weeks ago:

According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, despite signing the extension, Fisher’s job is still not 100 percent safe if the Rams do not play well down the stretch:

Along with the poor record and another year of failing to reach the postseason, Fisher was also recently involved in an incident with Rams Hall of Fame running back Eric Dickerson in which he reportedly banned Dickerson from the sidelines during games because of some of his recent critical comments of Fisher and the team.

Dickerson did not take kindly to that as he said that he will not attend any more Rams games as long as Fisher is still coaching the team.

In 22 seasons as an NFL head coach Fisher has reached the postseason just six times, made the Super Bowl just once and has never won a Super Bowl Championship.

He is also two losses away from tying the NFL record for most losses by an NFL head coach, a record that he should want no part of.