Bill Cowher: I won’t return to coaching next year

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Sorry, Bears fans: at least one big name isn’t interested in coaching anywhere next season.

Former Steelers coach Bill Cowher told Sirius XM’s “Moving the Chains” today that he will not return to the sideline for 2015. He serves as a studio analyst for CBS.

“I’m in a good place,” he said. “You’re not going to see me on the sidelines. I enjoy it, you miss it, but not enough to get back.”

Cowher went 149-90 in 15 years with the Steelers, winning the Super Bowl after the 2005 season and playing in the 1995 game.

Covering games “gets your blood going,” he said, “but I’m in a really good place.”


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