Jeff Fisher was the head coach of the Tennessee Titans for 17 years and was the longest tenured head coach in the NFL before parting ways last week.
Fisher held a 147-126 overall record with the Tennessee Titans, including a 5-6 record in the postseason. He led them to the AFC Championship in 1999, but they fell short in the Super Bowl against the St. Louis Rams.
He was cut lose at an inopportune time because there aren't many coaching vacancies in either the NFL.
Whether Fisher wants to completely stop coaching football and retire has yet to be seen or decided.
Even though he has been a head coach in the NFL for 17 years, Fisher is only 52 years old and has plenty of time left.
Regardless of what he does, Fisher will have some well-deserved time off of this game and he has the opportunity to spend more time with his family, travel, and anything else that he wants to do.
Fisher is not done coaching and he will return, but I just don't think that will happen immediately.
With that being said, here are 10 potential landing spots for Jeff Fisher.