How many NFL teams would love to have Bill Cowher and his jutting jaw stalking their sideline?
The CBS Sports analyst says he isn't tempted by any of the current head coach openings, but that he'll return to the sideline eventually.
At an event Tuesday promoting CBS' coverage of Super Bowl XLVII, Cowher answered, "Yeah," when asked by Newsday's Neil Best whether he plans to coach again.
Cowher said his return to coaching -- after six years and counting -- "would be a challenge."
“But I think that's probably why I would get back into it, because of the challenge,” he said.
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In 15 seasons with the Steelers, Cowher's teams made the playoffs 10 times, won eight division titles, reached six AFC Championship games and played in two Super Bowls.
Before that, he was a special teams coach and defensive coordinator in Kansas City under Marty Schottenheimer.
"I did it for 27 years. You don't just forget things overnight," Cowher said. "One thing about this job is it's been really good, because it allows me to study the game and do features on the game. I want to know what I'm talking about, so I'm watching tape. It's not like I'm out of it. I know how the game is changing."
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