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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 on coaching next year," he said. "I love where I work, and more importantly I enjoy the people I work with. So I can put all this speculation to rest, and if I have to repeat this in December I will."
"I'm flattered" by the speculation, he said, "But at the same time it effects too many people's lives. I like what I'm doing right here and I plan on being back in the same seat next year."
We're guessing he will definitely need to repeat that whole spiel sooner rather than later. Jon Gruden signed a five-year extension with ESPN a few weeks ago, and he is s...
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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.
The Miami Dolphins need a new head coach. They also need a new general manager, starting quarterback, running back, special teams unit and numerous other personnel improvements. But we can start with the head coach, as that is expected to be the first change made.
The Dolphins, after losing out on Jim Harbaugh last offseason, are reportedly courting former Pittsburgh...
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...
Bill Cowher didn't mince words while on the set of CBS' "The NFL Today" on Sunday.
The former Pittsburgh Steelers coach and current analyst detailed that he does not plan on returning to coaching next year. Cowher had been linked to winless Miami, although Dolphins owner Stephen Ross refuted the notion.
"I do not plan on coaching next year. I love where I...
Sports Illustrated NFL columnist Damon Hack appeared on SNY’s WheelHouse yesterday to dissect the Giants. His final point was on the future of Bill Cowher, who Hack says has been passing up NFL head coaching jobs waiting for the Giants’ job to open up.
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.
Former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach and current CBS analyst Bill Cowher has been linked to the Miami Dolphins, with Mike Freeman of CBSSports.com reporting that owner Stephen Ross had reached out to intermediaries for Cowher to gauge his interest in the position. Both Ross and Cowher denied the report, and Cowher took a moment to address the rumors during the CBS' pregame show...
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 [...]
Former Pittsburgh Steelers coach and current TV analyst Bill Cowher says he plans to be back with CBS in 2012.
The Miami Dolphins season has been a disaster and Sunday was a continuation of the losing ways which have plagued the Dolphins this season. Miami actually suffered two losses on Sunday, although only one goes in the overall loss column.
The Dolphins blew a lead at New York playing against the Giants and prior to kickoff on Sunday, the top pontential candidate to replace...
PFT: CBS analyst and former Steelers coach Bill Cowher said he didn't plan to coach next year, but ...
NEW YORK (AP) -- Former Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher says he has not been approached by anyone for a coaching position.
Mike Florio and Peter King discuss possible coaching openings and look at Bill Cowher and Jon Gruden's coaching status. Florio and King also talk about the chances of the Colts drafting Andrew Luck, even if Peyton Manning is healthy next year. (NBC Sports)