Cowher Associates Still Don't Expect Him to Coach Next Season
People close to Bill Cowher continue to say that the former Pittsburgh Steelers coach doesn't plan to coach in the NFL next season.
The Washington Redskins undoubtedly will try to lure Cowher back to the sideline with a record-setting contract offer. But Cowher already has told the Atlanta Falcons that he isn't interested in coaching next season, and several people who know him say he's content working for CBS as a studio analyst and spending time with his family and they don't expect even Redskins owner Daniel Snyder to change Cowher's mind. Cowher, they say, even has been taking piano lessons.
Cowher left the Steelers after last season but has left open the possibility of a return to the NFL at some point.
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