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Topic - Bill Cowher
Bart Scott has been hired as a studio analyst for CBS' "The NFL Today" pregame show.
Coaching search reset: Two big names are out of consideration now but they were replaced by two other candidates.
An Art Briles-Robert Griffin III reunion may or may not have worked but it appears that we will never know.
Bill Cowher tells CBS This Morning that he doesn't not intend to return to the sideline this season. But the Super Bowl-winning coach also would not close the door on a future return.
The Redskins need to do what VCU did in 2009: find their Shaka Smart. They need to find a guy who knows the game and can get his players to play the game.
An established coach would bring a proven track record but, in some regard, arrive as damaged goods; a younger assistant doesn't excite the fan base, but has the opportunity to grow with his team.
Hours after Mike Shanahan was fired, general manager Bruce Allen said Monday the search for his replacement would begin immediately and noted that the "open list" would include candidates from the professional and collegiate ranks.
The Washington Redskins fired Mike Shanahan on Monday morning, bringing to an end the tenure of a coach who four years ago seemed likely to return a once-proud franchise to its winning ways.
The belief here is two names will rise above the rest and the next Skins coach will be one of them: current Baylor coach Briles and former Steelers coach Cowher. There are plenty of reasons to like both choices and plenty of reasons to be wary.
Whichever direction the Redskins eventually go, a couple of questions linger: How long will this regime last and why, besides the money, would anyone want to be a professional head coach these days? The constant pressure, headaches and growing scrutiny can't make for much fun even with a paycheck that looks like a lottery winner.
Jonathan Ogden spent his entire 12-year career with the Baltimore Ravens, played in 11 Pro Bowls, won a Super Bowl ring and earned a berth in the Hall of Fame.
Indiana coach Tom Crean was a believer in Victor Oladipo right from the start.
When NFL coaching jobs open, the names Jon Gruden, Bill Cowher and Tony Dungy immediately surface as potential candidates.
Armed with a promise from his beloved defensive coordinator that he wouldn't retire without first informing his players, Ryan Clark threatened to avoid Dick LeBeau.
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler acknowledged Tuesday that he was wrong to shove teammate J'Marcus Webb on the sideline during the loss at Green Bay last week.
Although he said there's nothing to the rumor he'll return to coaching this season, he did add that the "door is never closed," according to the tweet from @CBSThisMorning.
Former Steelers head coach Bill Cowher says there's "nothing to" the reports that he's considering a return to the NFL, according to a tweet from CBS This morning on Friday.