December 10, 2010
Bill Cowher was the head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1992 to 2006. He led the team to two AFC championships and one Super Bowl victory before leaving to be an analyst on CBS.
From the looks of an online chat he did Thursday with USA Today, he's ready to return to the sidelines. "I'm open to listen to opportunities," he said during the chat. "I'm very comfortable at CBS. I'll keep all my options open. And I'll only answer those questions at the end of the season. I'm not going to comment on any hypothetical situations until the entire season is over."
The 53-year-old Pennsylvania native, who played linebacker for the Philadelphia Eagles and Cleveland Browns from 1979-'84, predicted in the chat that the New England Patriots and New Orleans Saints will square off in this year's Super Bowl.
He also told chatters that he thinks the Minnesota Vikings should end Brett Favre's(notes) seemingly eternal consecutive-starts streak on Sunday, no matter how healthy he is. "The Vikings should play Tarvaris Jackson(notes) -- he's their future."
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