ST. LOUIS - Former Tennessee Titans coach Jeff Fisher is scheduled to meet Thursday with the St. Louis Rams, a source told ESPN.
The interview would be his second interview this week. He met Tuesday with the Miami Dolphins. It will be Fisher's second interview this week; his first was Tuesday, when he met with the Miami Dolphins.
The Rams fired their coach Steve Spagnuolo and general manager Billy Devaney on Monday.
Both Fisher and former Buccaneers and Raiders coach Jon Gruden have been mentioned for the job.
However, Gruden, currently an analyst for ESPN, has said he plans to stay with the network.
Fisher coached the Titans franchise for 17 years and led Tennessee to a Super Bowl. After stepping down, he sat out the 2011 season.
ESPN reported that some believe Fisher would lean toward the Rams, if they make an offer, because they have a franchise-caliber quarterback in Sam Bradford, the No. 2 overall pick in the 2010 draft.
(ESPN and the Associated Press Contributed To This Report.)