The United States Football League (USFL) announced its final 2 head coach positions Thursday. Long-time NFL head coach Jeff Fisher will lead the Michigan Panthers. Veteran college coach Larry Fedora will serve as head coach of the New Orleans Breakers.

“I’ve been out of coaching for a few years now, but I’ve watched it at every level, and I’ve come to realize that I miss it,” Fisher said in a release. “During my time away, I was blessed to do a lot of cool things, and I’ve caught plenty of fish, but there’s a void there. So, I’m excited about the opportunity to fill that void by coaching in the USFL and getting back to the sideline.”

Fisher spent 30 years as a position coach, coordinator, and head coach in the NFL. He began his coaching career in 1986 with the Philadelphia Eagles as an assistant under head coach Buddy Ryan, whom he had played for as a member of the Chicago Bears. Fisher coached defensive backs for 3 seasons before becoming the NFL’s youngest defensive coordinator in 1988. In 1991, he became defensive coordinator of the Los Angeles Rams, working for his college coach, John Robinson. Fisher moved to the San Francisco 49ers in 1992, coaching defensive backs, then became defensive coordinator of the Houston Oilers in 1994. Ten games into that season, he was named Oilers’ head coach and remained with the Houston/Tennessee franchise through the 2010 season. Fisher went 142-120 in 17 years with the Oilers/Titans, with 6 playoff appearances, 3 division titles, 2 AFC Championship games, and a trip to Super Bowl XXXIV. In 2012, he was named head coach of the St. Louis Rams, serving through Week 14 of the 2016 season, the team’s first after moving to Los Angeles.

The USFL is a new, independent football league controlled by FOX Sports and it is not associated or affiliated with the USFL of the 1980s or its owners. The USFL will launch this April with 8 teams split into 2 divisions: the Birmingham Stallions, Houston Gamblers, New Orleans Breakers, and Tampa Bay Bandits in the South Division; and the Michigan Panthers, Pittsburgh Maulers, New Jersey Generals, and Philadelphia Stars in the North Division. Each team will play a 10-game schedule, followed by semifinals between the top 2 teams in each division and a championship game between division winners. The USFL will hold a player selection meeting in mid-February, and training camps will open on March 21. Each USFL team will carry a 38-man active roster plus a 7-man practice squad, and players will receive base compensation in addition to being eligible for victory bonuses.

All 2022 regular-season games will be played in Birmingham, Alabama. The USFL’s first game will be on Saturday, April 16 (7:30 PM ET) at Protective Stadium and features the New Jersey Generals against the Birmingham Stallions.

Here’s the full coaching lineup for the league:

Larry Fedora — New Orleans Breakers
Jeff Fisher — Michigan Panthers
Bart Andrus — Philadelphia Stars
Todd Haley — Tampa Bay Bandits
Skip Holtz — Birmingham Stallions
Mike Riley — NJ Generals
Kevin Sumlin — Houston Gamblers
Kirby Wilson — Pittsburgh Maulers