it has been reported that cleveland has been talking with bill they might beat us to the punch any updates on this topic
Browns reportedly courting Cowher as coach
Source says team is willing to offer up to $9 million to replace Crennel
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Bill Cowher coached the Steelers to the Super Bowl title in 2006.
The Cleveland Browns have approached former Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher about the possibility of becoming the team's next coach, according to a report on Profootballtalk.com on Thursday.
A source with knowledge of the situation told the site that the Browns are willing to offer Cowher a contract worth $8 million or $9 million per year to replace current coach Romeo Crennel. The Browns are 4-6 this season.
Cowher played in Cleveland from 1980-82 and served as a special teams and defensive backs coach from 1985-88.
In 15 seasons with Pittsburgh, Cowher coached the Steelers to eight division titles and 10 postseason berths, including two Super Bowls. The Steelers beat the Seattle Seahawks for the league title in 2006.
thanks for the update this would suck imagine how steeler fan would feel
...man what a way to end an already bad season if this were to go down...
...I wish Clark would just TRY for Cowher...
Well, I say you give Cowher the GM position. A move like Miami makes. Let Cowher decided on his coaching staff, maybe promote Chan. There are worse options.