The NFL Combine is a very important part of the offseason as it’s not only when the draft process “officially” starts for the incoming NFL prospects, but it’s also, for the most part, the first time the media gets to speak to their respective team’s head coach and general manager.
Jeff Fisher got in front of the media Wednesday afternoon to discuss a plethora of topics including the team’s move to Los Angeles, draft plans, free agency, as well as other things. While you can’t really hold coaches and general managers around this time to their word at this time of year, it’s nice to at least hear something.
Teams throw out a lot of smoke to possibly get other teams to believe they are leaning in a certain direction. For example, at this time last year, Fisher said Bradford was the starting quarterback and we all know how that turned out. This is the first time fans have heard from Fisher since the team moved to L.A. meaning their was a lot to talk about. Here are five takeaways from Fisher’s presser. Les Snead will speak to the media on Thursday.