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Old 26 Jul 2004, 08:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Steelers re-sign Cowher...

Many NFL teams have a ready solution for bad teams or bad times: Fire the coach. The Pittsburgh Steelers choose to fix matters in a different way.

They might get rid of assistant coaches or players, but the coach doesn't change.

The Steelers stayed on Monday with the steady-as-he-goes system they adopted upon coach Chuck Noll's hiring in 1969 by extending coach Bill Cowher's contract through 2007. Cowher previously was signed through 2005, but the team traditionally reworks his contract when it has two seasons remaining.

"I can't think of a better job,'' said Cowher, a Pittsburgh native. ``To me, it's not about the market or the money, to me it's about winning. ... I never could have imagined coaching another team.''


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Cowher seems like the perfect coach for Pittsburgh... I bet he spends the rest of his career in Pittsburgh, if not, the majority of it.

He seems to have the tools to put together a decent team, but last year they were real up and down from injuries... if they stay healthy they are a damn good team, and more specifically a damn good defense.
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