Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan is a master of getting people to pay attention to him. That’s one of the reasons why the media loves him so much. In a world where coaches are clamming up more and more and offering non-cooperative non-answers to questions, Rex never met a microphone or a television camera or a story about him that he didn’t like. One of the things Rex has...
Former Pittsbugh head coach and current CBS analyst Bill Cowher has taken issue with the way Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan uses former players of opposing teams to serve as captains when facing them. Ryan made former Jets special teamer IK Enemkpali, the man who broke QB Geno Smith's jaw in an altercation, a captain for Rex's return to New York. To Cowher, the practice is absurd...
Rex Ryan made headlines by naming IK Enemkpali a captain for the Buffalo Bills’ game against the New York Jets on Thursday night, a move that many viewed as a troll job. Though it elicited some laughs from the fans and media, one person who did not find the decision too funny was Bill Cowher....Read More
Former Steelers coach and current CBS analyst Bill Cowher criticized Cowboys coach Jason Garrett on Sunday, accusing him of being “afraid” of Greg Hardy and Jerry Jones. Cowher was reacting to last Sunday’s sideline altercation between Greg Hardy and a Cowboys assistant, and Jones’s subsequent comments in which he described Hardy as a “leader.” His...Read More
The Cleveland Browns have not announced any disciplinary action for Johnny Manziel in the wake of his latest off-field incident, but one former NFL head coach believes the police encounter should cost Manziel his job. During the NFL on CBS pregame show Sunday, Cowher said the Browns should cut Manziel. “I’ve watched Johnny Manziel now...Read More
To this day, the most popular counterargument to the Patriots' infamous 2007 Spygate scandal is that every team engages in those practices. Former Steelers coach Bill Cowher lent credence to that notion in a surprise revelation. During a radio interview on Wednesday, Cowher admitted the Steelers attempted to steal opposing teams' signals because it was "a part of the game." ...
Former Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach Bill Cowher said in an interview with 93.7 The Fan this week that his teams used to try and steal signals during his time as coach. These comments came just days after a CBS interview in which Cowher interviewed Patriots’ coach Bill Belichick. Cowher said, “We had people that always tried to steal signals. Stealing someone’s signals was...
Each year around this time, Bill Cowher is linked to immediate head coaching openings via unfounded speculation. And each year, Cowher denies any such interest. This year is no different. The former longtime Steelers' head man said on CBS This Morning that it's "highly unlikely" he'll coach in the foreseeable future. “I’ve never closed the door,” Cowher said, via ProFootballTalk...
Former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach and current “NFL Today” analyst Bill Cowher was among the esteemed guests who were granted up-close access to the “Victoria Secret’s Fashion Show” that aired on CBS on Tuesday night. Of course, this makes perfect sense as networks generally like to give their on-air personalities some face time during broadcasts […]The post Bill Cowher...
Former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach and current CBS analyst Bill Cowher enjoyed himself at the Victoria’s Secret fashion show Tuesday night. I didn’t hate it watching it on television by any means, but Cowher ABSOLUTELY DUG IT. [Jimmy Traina - Instagram]
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