After 17 years at the helm of the Oilers/Titans, Fisher appears ready to take on his next challenge
“I’m enjoying my time (off but) certainly not done with what I set out to do, and that was to win a championship. So looking forward to another opportunity to try to do so,” he said.
“I may entertain something (another head job) next year.”
He has no ill feelings toward the Titans after he and the team mutually parted in January after a 6-10 season. Fisher went 142-120 overall and led the franchise to its only Super Bowl appearance after the 1999 season.
“I was very pleased with the way we sorted things out, worked things out. Very, very appreciative for the organization, for Mr. Adams to give me an opportunity for that many years,” he said.
“But sometimes in life you just need to take a deep breath, and I needed that. It just became apparent it was time that I just needed some time away to get rest and recharged.”