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Bill Cowher is returning to the NFL, next season, but the question is WHERE WILL HE LAND AT?A report earlier this week says that the Miami Dolphins want Cowher in South Beach next season, as Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has gone ahead, and given Cowher an invitation to become the new Head Coach. NFL Network is reporting that Cowher has told his agent that he DOESN'T WANT TO TALK TO ANY TEAMS THAT DOESN'T HAVE A HEAD COACHING VACANCY.Current Miami Dolphins Head Coach Tony Sparano is ALREADY feeling the push out the door from ownership in South Beach and fans. He's already put his Florida home up for sell, as he's preparing for the moment, after the season is over, where Ross will address the media about his firing. Cowher won't make ANY DECISION until the end of the NFL season. Just think, the Dolphins could get the number one pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, and get a two-time Super Bowl champion Head Coach.
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Amid much speculation that he'd take his talents to South Beach next season, the former Steelers head coach said he's flattered, but is happy with his current gig an an analyst.
Former Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher says he has not been approached by anyone for a coaching position.
Cowher, who won the 2006 Super Bowl as Steelers coach and now works for CBS, says any reports he is in line for a coaching job is ''all speculation'' and he does not plan on coaching next year.
He says he has ''not been contacted directly or indirectly...
CBS' Bill Cowher Sunday said, "I do not plan on coaching next year. I love where I work, and more importantly I enjoy the people that I work with up here. So I can put all that speculation to rest."
Yesterday, there were reports on NFL.com that the Miami Dolphins had contacted Bill Cowher about the Dolphins Head Coaching job. I know we all remember the Jim Harbaugh crap last offseason, and I was...
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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Former Steelers coach Bill Cowher attempted to end all speculation Sunday morning that he will become the Dolphins’ next head coach. Several national reports in the past two weeks have linked Cowher to the Dolphins, who are 0-6 and are expected to fire coach Tony Sparano at some point. NFL.com reported [...]
Bill Cowher will not be the next coach of the Miami Dolphins.
The former Pittsburgh Steelers coach said Sunday he will not coach football in 2012, and instead will continue doing TV work on CBS' NFL pregame show. He also shot down a rumor that the Dolphins had indirectly contacted him about potentially coaching in Miami.
"I'm here to say to you today, I do not plan...
Former Pittsburgh Steelers coach and current TV analyst Bill Cowher says he plans to be back with CBS in 2012.
What could prompt Miami coach Tony Sparano to put his 5-bed 5-bath Mediterranean style home on the market? Could it be the Dolphins' 0-6 record? Their total lack of effort and execution? The whispers that Bill Cowher's finally ready to get back in the game? It's more prosaic: Tony gets lonely in that big old house. More »
Predictably, reports have surfaced that Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has contacted former Steelers coach Bill Cowher. Even more predictably, Ross denies that he has contacted Cowher. “Not true,” Ross said Friday, via David Hyde of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. “I’m not going to reach out to anyone while Tony [Sparano] is the coach. I hope…
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