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According to Mike Freeman of CBS Sports, a third party connection to the Miami Dolphins has already contacted people close to Bill Cowher about coaching the team. It’s very likely that the Dolphins will deny the report since Tony Sparano is still the head coach down in Miami. We reported earlier that both Cowher and [...]
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Tony Sparano is still coaching the Miami Dolphins, but the team may already be looking for his replacement, starting with the biggest of fish in the coaching pond: former Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher.
CBSSports.com reported Tuesday that intermediaries for the team recently contacted "people close to Cowher" about becoming Miami's next head coach.
Could Cowher leave CBS and end up in Miame? Courtesy nfl.comThis afternoon on NFL.com, a story hit the pages that reports the Dolphins and owner Stephen Ross are pursuing the former Steelers quarterback. … [visit site to read more]Is Bill Cowher Headed to Miami to Coach Dolphins? - Nice Pick, Cowher - Nice Pick, Cowher - A Pittsburgh Steelers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
If you had week eight in your "When will some sad-sack team pin their hopes to Bill Cowher?" pool this year, congratulations. You nailed it.
Cowher's getting calls from the Miami Dolphins, according to Mike Freeman of CBSSports.com.
Cowher, now an analyst for CBS Sports, said he won't comment on coaching rumors. However, according to a source with knowledge of the...
Sources say the 0-7 Dolphins approach Bill Cowher concerning their head coaching job. Mike Freeman says Miami drew fire for courting candidates while employing current coach Tony Sparano after last season and use intermediaries to contact Cowher.
This leads me to question why he would put his house on the market. Maybe it’s because his Miami Dolphins can’t buy to win a game this year (so far)? Or does he think he’s gonna get fired because Bill Cowher wants to coach again? Either way, he’s selling it, but what is the exact reason?
Sparano’s reason is… because he’s lonely! From the Sun Sentinel:
“When I moved...
People close to former Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher have reportedly been contacted by people close to Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross about the team's head coaching job, according to CBSSports.com.
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is at it again, reportedly reaching out to people close to Bill Cowher to gauge his interest in the Miami job. Good move or bad move? Our analysts debate.
Mike Florio kicks off PFT Live by going around the NFL and breaking down the biggest stories. Bill Cowher and John Gruden are two former coaches that are gaining interest around the league. Bill Parcells is eligible for the Hall of Fame, but should he make it in? And tight end Chris Cooley’s time in Washington…
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 »
Another week and another loss must mean another rumor is circulating about Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano's job security. This time, Yahoo! Sports' Jason Cole is reporting that Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has expressed interest in the services of Bill Cowher and Jon Gruden to be the next coach of his football team. The report states that both would be interested and would...
MIAMI - The Dolphins changed backup quarterbacks Tuesday, signing J.P. Losman to replace Sage Rosenfels, who is...
J.P. Losman will take Sage Rosenfels’ spot on the team. Also, a report said people close to Bill Cowher were contacted about coaching Miami.
Who's your preferred savior?Tony SparanoBill Cowher (unemployed)Jeff Fisher (unemployed)John GrudenJay Gruden (Cincy OC)Kirk Ferentz (Iowa)Al Golden (Hurricanes)Brian BillickotherJeff Ireland (Let'em...
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The proverbial fat lady has sung, or at least called a realtor: Dolphins coach Tony Sparano has put his Davie mansion up for sale for $1.5 million.
Sparano claimed Wednesday that he and the missus are simply looking to downsize from their luxury lakefront home -- never mind that 0-6 record on the season, or the giant ax owner Stephen Ross has been itching to swing since last spring...