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Jeff Fisher vs. Eric Dickerson story refuses to die out

L.A. Times Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Rams Coach Jeff Fisher insists Hall of Fame running back Eric Dickerson is welcome to be around the team. Dickerson says he holds no ill will toward Fisher.

But neither man gave ground Tuesday in their feud, one that has plunged the struggling NFL team into controversy.

Fisher said Dickerson could...
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News video: Eric Dickerson won't attend Rams games until Jeff Fisher is no longer coach

Eric Dickerson won't attend Rams games until Jeff Fisher is no longer coach 01:03

Former Rams running back Eric Dickerson says he will not attend another Rams game until Jeff Fisher is no longer the coach of the team.

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