Lack of coaching continuity could be an issue

With a large amount of turnover among head coaches and coordinators this offseason, continuity at the top has become a rare commodity in the NFL.

Updated: January 30, 2006, 1:18 PM ET
By Len Pasquarelli | ESPN.com

Much will be made in the coming week -- and justifiably so -- about the relative stability demonstrated by the two Super Bowl XL franchises.

Despite the front office turmoil of the previous few seasons, the Seattle Seahawks stuck with head coach Mike Holmgren through some difficult times, and only three of his peers have more continuous service with their current teams. But even the Seahawks are pikers compared to their Super Bowl counterparts, the Pittsburgh Steelers, who have employed ...

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