Bill Cowher says he'll be back with CBS
NEW YORK -- Former Pittsburgh Steelers coach and current TV analyst Bill Cowher says he plans to be back with CBS in 2012.
Cowher said on Sunday's pregame show that he has not been approached by anyone for a coaching position.
Cowher, who won the 2006 Super Bowl as Steelers coach and now works for CBS, says he is "flattered" by the talk, but any reports he is in line for a coaching job is "all speculation" and he does not plan on coaching next year.
He says he has "not been contacted directly or indirectly by any football team or any organization" and wants to put "all the speculation to rest."
The Dolphins lost again Sunday, falling 20-17 to the Giants. Miami is now 0-7 on the season.
Information from The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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