Not much to add to that. Looks like he made a decision before he thought he would. Again, I wish him all the best, and congratulations to Jeff Fisher, who now will be the longest tenured NFL coach with one franchise with 13 seasons. He does leave open the possibility that he will be back, but unless it is at Carolina, a job I don’t see as being open, I doubt he’ll take another NFL job.
UPDATE (1045): The Post-Gazette is reporting that Cowher will take a year off from all coaching. Exactly what I expected.
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