Found September 13, 2013 on Low Brow Sports:
A reader of deadspin.com sent this news to the site on Wednesday, claiming that Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator signed an autograph on a bar napkin for him the night before the team took on the Tennessee Titans. Apparently Haley, his wife and kids have been staying at Crowne Plaza Hotel in Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania while their house is being refurbished, according to PFT, so that explains what he was doing there.
5 Comments:
  • Well, Haley sure sucked as a head coach. He may be an offensive coordinator, but his ego got in the way of being a head coach.
  • First off what loser would ask Todd Haley for an autograph? Yes the Chiefs hired this individual as a so called coach and his ego tore the team apart. The Chiefs seem to be on the right path now and thank GOD they got rid of this guy. Obviously, the Steelers hired this person along with his ego and pleased to see he is with Pittsburg. Maybe the Cowboy's will be next to hir him as a water boy then both Todd and Jerry Jones both with larger ego's than their hat size can distroy the so called America's team.
    His autograph should have been signed on toilet paper than at least someone could have made use of it!

  • Haley SUCKED as a head coach. He was in way over his head.
  • Hey Todd Hey todd psst Thanks for staying at the bar and signing derogatory comments about a franchise that tried to haelp you opps sorry been drinking too any thanks for sittin at he bar hey thta's ot your wi
  • This describes Todd Haley. One of the worst coaches in history.

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