Jeff Fisher's career with the Los Angeles Rams is over and his future is unclear. But if he gets another opportunity to coach in the NFL he wants a piece of his former team.
Despite signing a two-year extension before this season, Fisher was sacked by the Rams on Monday after the Los Angeles franchise were eliminated from playoff contention with a 4-9 record.
The Rams fared no better in the absence of Fisher after suffering a crushing 24-3 loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday.
In a teaser for an interview set to air on Fox on Sunday, Fisher explained his "perfect scenario" for a comeback.
"I want a chance to play the Rams," he said. "The organization has a much bigger picture.
"I don't think I was ever part of seeing the new stadium."
It is feasible the Rams never planned on keeping Fisher after this season and merely wanted continuity through the franchise's relocation. Or maybe they were just tired of mediocrity as Fisher had a ho-hum 31-45 record in five-plus seasons.
Either way, the only way Fisher is coaching in the new L.A. stadium is if he is standing on the visitor's sideline.