by Jesse Reed
Bill Cowher wants to return to an NFL sideline at some point in the future, but which teams have the best chance to twist his arm? According to Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh ... Read More »
by Ethan Grant
From the studio to the sidelines, Bill Cowher knows his football. That being said, it's no surprise the 55-year-old former head coach is interested in returning to the NFL at some point during his lifetime... Read More »
by Rob Goldberg
Since Bill Cowher retired after the 2006 season, he has been the subject of rumors and speculation for seemingly every job opening in the NFL . This should end quickly. When he was a coach, Cowher was one of the best in the game... Read More »
by Matt Fitzgerald
There aren't many strong indications that Bill Cowher will return to the sidelines in 2013, but there are several teams that would greatly benefit from at least giving him a shot... Read More »
by Tim Keeney
Every year, NFL head coaches get the boot, and every year since 2007, speculation has arisen about Bill Cowher filling an open vacancy. 2013 will be no different... Read More »
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