Guess who's back, back again? Well...maybe.

It looks like ​Jeff Fisher just cannot stay away from football. The longtime NFL coach could reportedly be returning to the game, but this time to coach a team in the upstart XFL.

​​Fisher most recently was the head coach of the St. Louis/Los Angeles Rams before he was fired in 2016 after several mediocre seasons. Fisher also previously coached the Tennessee Titans, bringing the franchise to their lone Super Bowl appearance in 1999. Overall, Fisher accumulated a solid 173–165–1 (.512) record during his head coaching career.

However, nothing on this front is set in stone and it's mere speculation.

Fisher has been criticized for his supposed inability to adopt to the modern game and his incredibly aggressive style of in-game management and decision making. It wasn't a great look when the Rams brought in Sean McVay immediately after Fisher was fired and the team went from one of the worst teams in the league to one of the best. Quarterback Jared Goff had already been labeled a bust by some under Fisher but has turned into one of the game's top QBs under McVay's guidance. 

Still, Fisher has a good resume and it would be awesome to see him return to a head coaching position in some capacity.