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Next season of “All or Nothing” includes Jeff Fisher’s farewell to his team

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On the heels of the first season of Amazon’s All or Nothing winning the Sports Emmy for the best serialized sports documentary (beating among other finalists the 2016 edition of Hard Knocks), a trailer for Season Two has emerged. And it features the team that was the focal point of Hard Knocks a year ago.

Via Gary Klein of the Los Angeles Times, the trailer includes Rams coach Jeff Fisher announcing to his team that Fisher is no longer the coach.

It’s unclear whether the corresponding episode will include the meeting in which Fisher learns his fate. It would be fitting and fair, given that Fisher and numerous other coaches have routinely fired players on camera during Hard Knocks, for the firing of a coach during the filming of its full-season cousin to be included.

We’ll all learn the answer on June 30, when All or Nothing debuts on Amazon.

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5 Responses to “Next season of “All or Nothing” includes Jeff Fisher’s farewell to his team”
  1. RegisHawk says: May 11, 2017 2:23 PM

    I hope they show that inspirational “This isn’t a 7-9 team!” speech…

  2. bobthebillsfan says: May 11, 2017 2:58 PM

    Jeff Fisher lost eight of his last nine games to tie Dan Reeves for the most losses as a head coach at 165.

    Think Dan was pissed at the timing of the firing?

  3. daysend564 says: May 11, 2017 3:04 PM

    It’s the “Nothing” part of the program

  4. floriosnuts says: May 11, 2017 3:28 PM

    When your teasing the highlights and they include ‘the stache’ finally getting gassed you know you have a must miss program on your hands. Count me out.

  5. Chris says: May 11, 2017 3:45 PM

    So the two “All or Nothing” Teams are squaring off in London this year. I expect the two seasons to blitz the airwaves across the pond prior to that matchup.

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