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Fisher leaves St. Louis (flying commercial)

Jeff Fisher spent four hours at the St. Louis Rams facility today before leaving for the airport where he boarded a flight on Southwest Airlines, according to the St. Louis Post Dispatch.

The man the Dolphins flew to their training facility on a private helicopter apparently doesn't mind flying commercial with unassigned seats and no first class cabin!

And so what all does this mean?

Fisher was flying to Denver. [Update: A source tells me he went to San Diego.] The actual purpose of his trip is unknown but I suppose he's going to get aorund family and make a decision.

You already know Fisher has not told the Dolphins he's not coming. But neither are the Dolphins holding their breath.

They have, according to numerous national reports on FOX and CBS, scheduled interviews this week with Atlanta offensive coordinator Mike Mularkey and Cincinnati Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer.

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