Jeff Fisher might return to the NFL after a season away, but he won't be roaming the sidelines in Kansas City, according to a report by Jack Harry of KSHB NBC in Kansas City:
Source in Nashville says Jeff Fisher is not impressed with Chiefs ownership and doesn't like the QB situation. KC is not in his future.
It should be noted that Fisher, the former Tennessee Titans and Houston Oilers coach for 16 consecutive seasons, weathered a divisive quarterback controversy between Vince Young (assumed to have been drafted at the behest of Titans owner Bud Adams) and Kerry Collins that ultimately resulted in both Young and Fisher's departure from Nashville.
On the other hand, the Chiefs don't have a current quarterback controversy anywhere near the level of Collins/Young, but the return of a healthy Matt Cassel in 2012 could create a heated a competition with Kyle Orton.