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Former Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach Bill Cowher, who last coached in 2006, has dabbled in several different things after retiring. From being an analyst to rumors saying he wants to return to coaching, Cowher still remains one of the most successful coaches in NFL history. So it’s no surprise Time Warner Cable recently enlisted his services to be their head coach! Watch Cowher in a new commercial pumping up the Tim Warner Staff below:
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We do not have long to wait until the Pittsburgh Steelers make their decision as to whether or not to match the one-year, $2.5 million offer sheet signed by restricted free agent wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders with the the New England Patriots. You should know all of the pros and cons of keeping Sanders or letting him walk by now, so here is your chance to post your official vote...
The 2013 preseason schedule for the Pittsburgh Steelers has been out now for a little while, but now we can fill in the time and date of the final game against the Carolina Panthers.
Bob Labriola reports via Twitter on Tuesday that the fourth and final preseason game with be on Thursday, Aug. 29. at 7:30 p.m. in Carolina.
In addition to the preseason schedule, NFL spokesman Greg...
Emmanuel Sanders’ agent Jordan Woy told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazertte that several teams made contract offers to his client.
“We had several teams make offers in free agency so we know there are teams who really like Emmanuel,” Jordan Woy, Sanders’ agent, told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette today.
Woy also said “we are open to discussing” a multi-year deal. ”We are...
According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Cincinnati Bengals and former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison will try to complete a deal this coming week.
The Bengals reportedly are also interested in former Miami Dolphins linebacker Karlos Dansby, who also visited with them last week, but Harrison appears to be the easier of the two to sign.
Harrison took to Twitter...
Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com believes the Pittsburgh Steelers could be targeting Georgia linebacker Jarvis Jones in this year’s draft.
Their target very well could be Georgia linebacker Jarvis Jones.
The Steelers hosted Jones earlier this month, and he’d be an intriguing option with the 17th overall pick. If he lasts that long.
Like so many other first-round prospects...
It seemed like a deal was almost inevitable between the Cincinnati Bengals and former Pittsburgh Steeler free agent linebacker James Harrison. That was the report just hours ago, and players on the Bengals talked openly about their desire to add the former Defensive Player of the Year to their roster. But a more recent report to USA Today says that negotiations are not going well...
The Steelers have matched the offer made by the Patriots to Emmanuel Sanders. Of course the Patriots didn't make it very hard on them by offering only a measely amount of money. The Patriots always try to win the "battle of the contract" by trying to get the players they want only if the price is right.
If the Patriots wanted Emmanuel Sanders then they should have...
The Steelers reclaimed Emmanuel Sanders but still lack depth, stability at wide receiver. Perhaps a trade down is their best solution.
Pittsburgh Steelers free agent linebacker James Harrison met
with the Cincinnati Bengals this week, and there was reportedly mutual interest
in reaching a deal between the two sides entering the weekend. While it doesn’t
appear as if an agreement will be reached this weekend, the Bengals will try to
complete a deal with Harrison this week, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
The Cincinnati Bengals and James Harrison have spent the past few days courting each other. The Bengals are an up and coming team and feel like they are a veteran playmaker on defense from taking the next step.
The Bengals feel like Harrison would be a perfect fit, because according to USA Today, “he brings a mean streak and he hates the Steelers now.”
“He hates the Steelers...
Around this time a year ago—the Dolphins were a laughingstock. Fresh off the failures of hiring Bill Cowher, Jon Gruden, and Jeff Fisher—the Fins only dug themselves deeper into the hole with hiring an offensive coordinator from the Packers who never called plays. Then a few weeks later, the Dolphins lost out on … Continue reading »