January 25, 2009
So maybe the Kansas City Chiefs have moved past their love affair with former Pittsburgh coach Bill Cowher. Or maybe they haven't.
Cowher's an appealing candidate to replace Herm Edwards, after all. He won a Super Bowl four years ago with the Steelers and still is young enough that he could coach another team for a decade and still retire at 61.
Here's the problem, according to a source close to Cowher: "It's not going to happen."
The source said Cowher has reiterated to friends and colleagues over the past few months that he has no desire to coach in 2009. He hasn't spoken with any NFL team about a vacancy this offseason, and the source said even the Chiefs couldn't pry Cowher out of the CBS broadcasting booth.
"He's said no," the source said. "I just don't see it."
The source did say Cowher hasn't ruled out a return in 2010, but that won't do the Chiefs much good, will it?
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