According to reports, former Dallas Cowboys’ receivers coach Ray Sherman could be headed to St. Louis to take on the same position with the Rams.
Sherman spent four seasons in Dallas from 2007 to 2010, and was well-liked by the team. However, he was let go after the 2010 season and replaced by Jimmy Robinson, who was fresh off a Super Bowl XLV victory with the Packers at the time. A year later, he is rumored to be drawing interest from the Rams, who are currently in the midst of a coaching staff makeover.
If the Rams hire Sherman, it will reunite he and new head coach Jeff Fisher, under whom Sherman worked for two seasons (2005 and 2006) with the Tennessee Titans.
Among other stops around the league, Sherman has thrice served as an offensive coordinator in the NFL, with the Jets (1994), the Steelers (1998) and the Vikings (1999). Sherman has been out of football since leaving the Cowboys after last season.
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