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December 23, 2010
Texans need Cowher Ken Murray Baltimore Sun ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported that Bill Cowher has a wish list of three teams — the Texans, Dolphins and Giants. Of the preferred three, the Texans are best situated to make a rapid rise. Their offense is top-notch, though their defense is not. But Cowher knows defense. The Dolphins are the team that Bill Parcells built — and abandoned when he saw it wasn't going to work. The Dolphins have no quarterback.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | December 20, 2013
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick has never hid his respect for the Ravens and some of the organization's top decision markers. So, it was hardly surprising that in his final news conference before Sunday's game, he spent a good part of it showering the Ravens with praise. He saved some of his kindest words for Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome . The two worked together in Cleveland and have maintained a friendship. Belichick called him a “pretty special person, special football person, too. “He's been very complimentary about his comments of what he learned from me, but I think I probably learned more from him than he learned from me,” Belichick said.
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Baltimore Sun Staff | August 23, 2013
Apparently former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach and current CBS analyst Bill Cowher is dating a singer named Queen V. And apparently she needed a tall bearded guy with a big chin to wear eyeliner in a music video. Here is the finished product, and if there is any better way to start your weekend, we can't think of one.
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Baltimore Sun Staff | August 23, 2013
Apparently former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach and current CBS analyst Bill Cowher is dating a singer named Queen V. And apparently she needed a tall bearded guy with a big chin to wear eyeliner in a music video. Here is the finished product, and if there is any better way to start your weekend, we can't think of one.
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January 4, 2008
Despite the final results of 2007, in announcing the Ravens would seek a new coach, owner Steve Bisciotti left the definite impression that he feels his team is closer to the top of the NFL dog pile than it is the bottom. "I believe we have the nucleus of a team that can get back to the Super Bowl," he said earlier this week. If that's the case - if Bisciotti thinks success is right around the corner and not along the horizon - the Ravens might not have as many options in their coaching search as they're letting on. In fact, among the six-pack of candidates the search apparently has focused on, only a couple inspire the confidence they can take the current roster and produce immediate results.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | January 25, 1996
TEMPE, Ariz. -- It was midway in the third quarter of the game against the Buffalo Bills when Pittsburgh Steelers defensive Ray Seals was involved in a shoving match with quarterback Jim Kelly and one of his overly protective linemen.But as soon as Seals reached the Pittsburgh sideline, that's when the real fight began. Steelers coach Bill Cowher stood on his toes and began screaming in Seals' face.The veins were bulging from Cowher's neck, and the spit was flowing from his mouth. Cowher has never been able to control his emotions, or his saliva.
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January 5, 2007
Good morning -- Bill Cowher -- After 15 years, time to kiss those helmets goodbye.
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By Ken Murray | December 28, 2008
THE TOP FIVE 1 Titans (13-2) Re-established control in AFC. 2 Steelers (11-4) Too many high-wire acts. 3 Colts (11-4) Must play outdoors this postseason. 4 Giants (12-3) Play them or sit them? 5 Panthers (11-4) Run defense shredded by Giants. THE BOTTOM FIVE 28 Bengals (3-11-1) Too little, too late. 29 Browns (4-11) Is Bill Cowher on deck? 30 Chiefs (2-13) Decision due on Tyler Thigpen. 31 Rams (2-13) Bill Devaney takes over. 32 Lions (0-15) Who cares more in Green Bay today?
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September 2, 1995
CENTRAL%Division predictionThe Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns are virtually seeded into the playoffs because both are likely to sweep the other three teams in the division -- Houston, Cincinnati and Jacksonville.1. Pittsburgh Steelers:1994 record: Won division with a 12-4 mark, lost AFC title game to San Diego.Coach: Bill Cowher (33-19).Key additions: OL Tom Newberry, RB Erric Pegram, CB Alvoid Mays and TE Mark Bruener.Key losses: TE Eric Green, OL Duval Love, RB Barry Foster, DL Gerald Williams and DB Gary Jones.
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November 20, 2005
Good morning --Bill Cowher -- Looking for a healthy quarterback to face the Ravens? We hear Kordell's available. THEY SAID IT "Defending Nextel Cup champ Kurt Busch was suspended after cops stopped him for reckless driving and suspicion of DUI. Wait. Let me get this straight. Drinking ... reckless driving ... I thought that was NASCAR!" Greg Cote The Miami Herald "I guess I trained him pretty well." Gary Dobry Former boxing coach of Olin Kreutz, who broke the jaw of Chicago Bears teammate Fred Miller in a fight Question of the day What is college football's greatest rivalry?
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By David Haugh | February 5, 2011
FORT WORTH, Texas — Facing third-and-6 at the Jets' 40 with 2 minutes left in the AFC championship game they led 24-19, the Steelers made a call that reminded us why Mike Tomlin was the one making it. Instead of running the clock down to put the game in the hands of the NFL's fiercest defense, the Steelers dared to fail. Ben Roethlisberger dropped back, scrambled to buy time and completed a nifty 14-yard pass to unproven rookie Antonio Brown . "We weren't going to play not to lose," Tomlin said.
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December 23, 2010
Texans need Cowher Ken Murray Baltimore Sun ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported that Bill Cowher has a wish list of three teams — the Texans, Dolphins and Giants. Of the preferred three, the Texans are best situated to make a rapid rise. Their offense is top-notch, though their defense is not. But Cowher knows defense. The Dolphins are the team that Bill Parcells built — and abandoned when he saw it wasn't going to work. The Dolphins have no quarterback.
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By Peter Schmuck | October 21, 2010
It isn't easy to get Brian Billick to sit down. He hasn't missed a beat since he was replaced as Ravens coach after the 2007 season, moving into a television analyst role with Fox, writing a well-received behind-the-scenes book about the NFL ("More Than a Game") and — for no more than a couple of days a week during the football season — enjoying life at his picturesque riverside home on Maryland's Eastern Shore. He's a busy guy, but on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the greatest season in Ravens history, he invited The Sun's Peter Schmuck into his home for an extended conversation about the 2000 regular season, the playoffs and the Ravens' 34-7 victory over the New York Giants in the Super Bowl.
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July 25, 2010
Kaye Cowher , the wife of ex-Steelers coach Bill Cowher and a former basketball player at North Carolina State and in the now-defunct Women's Professional Basketball League, has died of skin cancer. She was 54. Cowher died Friday in her native North Carolina, where the family relocated at her urging during Cowher's final year as coach in 2006, one season after the Steelers won the Super Bowl. The family had lived in Raleigh since. The Cowhers met at North Carolina State, where Bill played linebacker.
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By Ken Murray | December 28, 2008
THE TOP FIVE 1 Titans (13-2) Re-established control in AFC. 2 Steelers (11-4) Too many high-wire acts. 3 Colts (11-4) Must play outdoors this postseason. 4 Giants (12-3) Play them or sit them? 5 Panthers (11-4) Run defense shredded by Giants. THE BOTTOM FIVE 28 Bengals (3-11-1) Too little, too late. 29 Browns (4-11) Is Bill Cowher on deck? 30 Chiefs (2-13) Decision due on Tyler Thigpen. 31 Rams (2-13) Bill Devaney takes over. 32 Lions (0-15) Who cares more in Green Bay today?
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By RICK MAESE | January 9, 2008
In the day's biggest upset, it took nearly 30 minutes before a message board poster first posited: Maybe the Ravens should hire Joe Gibbs. Such is the nature of the 21st-century coaching search. While owners and team executives embark on meticulous searches, fans make their dream hires by pulling names from a hat. Or elsewhere. No, Gibbs, who resigned his position yesterday as Washington Redskins coach, isn't heading this way, but the more intriguing question in these parts is this: How will the Ravens' hunt for a new coach be affected by a parallel search just an hour down the road?
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January 4, 2008
Despite the final results of 2007, in announcing the Ravens would seek a new coach, owner Steve Bisciotti left the definite impression that he feels his team is closer to the top of the NFL dog pile than it is the bottom. "I believe we have the nucleus of a team that can get back to the Super Bowl," he said earlier this week. If that's the case - if Bisciotti thinks success is right around the corner and not along the horizon - the Ravens might not have as many options in their coaching search as they're letting on. In fact, among the six-pack of candidates the search apparently has focused on, only a couple inspire the confidence they can take the current roster and produce immediate results.
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