He was axed by the franchise in December, following the Rams' 42-14 loss to the Atlanta Falcons. After getting the news, he walked into a meeting room and told his fellow coaches, who would also be losing their jobs after the season.
The NFL tweeted a preview clip Thursday from Amazon Prime's NFL Film-produced series All or Nothing: A Season with the Los Angeles Rams, which debuts Friday. You can stream the series on Amazon.com.
"Unfortunately, I won't be there this weekend," Fisher said in the video. "I was just fired."
The Rams coaches showed intense reactions after hearing the news.
"So, I appreciate everything you guys have done for this football team and for me," Fisher said as he was holding back his emotions. "And the loyalty that you've shown. Sorry if I let you guys down. You guys haven't let me down. You busted your [expletive] every single day for me."
"I will do whatever I can, to every single one of you. I will be there for you when the season's over. I will recommend you. Call until the end of the night to help you guys find work."
Hall of Fame linebacker-turned Rams defensive assistant Mike Singletary walked up to Fisher and shook his hand first, saying a simple: "thank you."
Fisher, 59, went 31-45-1 in five seasons with the Rams. He never won more than seven games in a season with the franchise. Fisher coached the Houston Oilers and Tennessee Titans for 17 seasons before departing the franchise in 2011. He went 142-120 during that stop and 5-6 in the playoffs.