Found December 26, 2011 on
The San Diego Chargers appeared to be on the brink of making another famous late season run towards the playoffs, however, that was before they traveled to Detroit on Christmas Eve. The Chargers looked completely lost while playing at Ford Field, losing to San Diego 38-10. The loss eliminated the Chargers from the playoffs for the second year in a row and casts serious doubt on the future of Norv Turner remaining with the team, especially with the rumors swirling around Bill Cowher growing louder.
In the last few days several outlets reported that the Chargers had already interviewed Bill Cowher. Several officials familiar with the inner workings of the Chargers organization have stated those reports are simply not true. The Chargers have told reporters no moves will be made this week. Team president Dean Spanos told reporters the team was “waiting until next week” when it comes to making a decision on the coaching staff.
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Contrary to previously published reports, two sources have indicated that the team actually never met with the former coach-turned-NFL analyst.
A report, which came out yesterday, cited a source who claimed that the San Diego Chargers had INDEED talked to former Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach Bill Cowher, but it's being reported Sunday afternoon that the Chargers HAVEN'T SPOKEN to Cowher. According the San Diego Union-Tribune, two sources inside the San Diego Chargers said unequivocally and vehemently on Saturday...
The coach's seat in San Diego is not yet vacant, but the Chargers brass is reportedly already looking for a warm body to replace the empty shell formerly known as Norv Turner. Former Steelers coach Bill Cowher has already had "an interview" with Chargers officials, Mark Cannizzaro of the New York Post reports. Cowher has been rumored as a possibility to replace Tom...
Several high-ranking people within the San Diego Chargers spoke with former Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher to gauge his interest in coaching the team, according to a report in the New York Post.
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It’s no secret that Dolphins owner Stephen Ross will aim high and make a run at the top head coaching candidates available on the market – Bill Cowher, Jeff Fisher and Jon Gruden among them. When the Dolphins fired Tony Sparano two weeks ago, the Dolphins’ job looked pretty good next to the other two [...]
PFT: With conflicting reports on whether Bill Cowher has already interviewed, the Chargers say they won't decide Norv Turner's fate until next week.