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Former Steelers Head Coach Bill Cowher Uninjured In Sunday Car Crash


Former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher is apparently just fine after being involved in a two car crash Sunday in New York.

According to the New York Daily News, Cowher, who currently works as a football analyst for CBS Sports, was heading north on Park Ave. in a black Mercedes-Benz when he was cutoff by a woman driving a Ford Fusion. Cowher\'s car reportedly hit the other car which then caused it to veer into some nearby scaffolding. Nobody was hospitalized, thank goodness.

Cowher coached the Steelers from 1992-2006 and compiled a 149–90–1 regular season record over the course of his 15 seasons. In 2007 he was hired by CBS as a studio analyst after retiring as the Steelers head coach.

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  • Chris Ranieri

    Imagine getting in an accident with a car and when you get out to exchange information with the other person BILL MF COWHER gets out of the car. Even if it was Cowher’s fault (which obviously this one wasn’t) I would find myself apologizing and taking responsibility for the debacle.

  • Bob Loblaw

    I think it would really depend on whether you get smiling football analyst or the chin.

  • 2443scott

    i am glad he and the woman werent hurt or any one else …but how did he get in a accident i thought everyone doubled and tripled parked in ny or used a taxi ….maybe one them was drinking one those over sized drinks the mayor wanted baned lol

  • Chris Ranieri

    Very true, very true.

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