"One thing with me - If I say something, I stand by it", Dickerson explained.
The latest problem to plagued the Rams today, however, was a unique one: coach Jeff Fisher couldn't find his challenge flag to challenge a Brian Quick catch that was ruled incomplete.
Earlier this week, Fisher said Dickerson is entitled to his opinion, and per the Associated Press, the coach insisted the former player is "still welcome at the Rams' training complex, inviting him to attend practice or sit in on team meetings".
"Specifically, here's what Fisher told reporters on Tuesday: "[Dickerson's] welcome - he's always been welcome as it was documented in things that I said. I give Demoff credit for saying, 'We want to try to get this issue straightened out, we want you to come back ... you're more than welcome to come back'.
"I asked Kevin Demoff point-blank last night, I said, 'So, are you bringing Jeff Fisher back?"
The NFL Network first reported Fisher's extension. "Again, based on that last conversation I had with him and the text, it was resolved".
"But no, I won't because I felt like the call to me was a very disrespectful call". Fisher has since said he has no intentions of making a change from Boras, who's directing the worst offense in the NFL.
"That is on Jeff Fisher, when he called and what he said to me", Dickerson said.
The thinking around the team as recently as a month ago was it'd be a surprise if Fisher, 58, didn't return. The Rams now sit at 4-7, giving Fisher an overall record 31-43-1 with the Rams. His team is 4-7 and 31-43-1 in his five seasons. Either way, the Fisher-Dickerson relationship should be an interesting subject to keep an eye on as the Rams season concludes.