Earlier this morning I wrote this about the Kansas City Chiefs coaching search: "The "A" list name this year is Jeff Fisher, who is out of work right now, but I would guess he's not one of the guys who interviewed in KC considering Fisher's name has been in the media connected to multiple jobs already and we haven't heard him connected to the Chiefs."
And of course shortly after that news comes down that the Chiefs interviewed Fisher. Bob Gretz has the full story and all the details at BobGretz.com but, unfortunately for those of you who want Fisher, the report states nothing materialized beyond one meeting and Fisher will not be coming to KC.
Gretz's report jives with one we heard from ESPN this morning that the Chiefs conducted multiple interviews before the regular season ended.
Fisher's name has been attached to a number of jobs already this year (actually all of them) and the favorites appear to be the St. Louis Rams and Miami Dolphins.
So, outside of Fisher's interview, the known candidates for the Chiefs Romeo Crennel and Joe Philbin, the Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator who is reportedly interviewing with the Chiefs.