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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Passing Of Chuck Noll, Contract Extensions & More Episode


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Season 4, Episode 111 of The Terrible Podcast is up and with co-host David Todd still out of action, Alex Kozora and I open this show by talking about the Friday passing of former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Chuck Noll.

After paying our respects to the legendary Hall of Fame coach, we move on to continue our discussion we had on Thursday about a possible contract extension for cornerback Cortez Allen. I toss some hypothetical contract numbers at Alex along with the some comparable contracts signed by a few other cornerbacks this past offseason.

The Steelers have also reportedly opened extension talks with tackle Marcus Gilbert, so we dive into a few numbers related to him as well.

The Steelers mandatory minicamp gets underway on Tuesday, so we look ahead to the storylines we expect to come out of those three practices which will be the last ones prior to training camp getting underway.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/STEELMANIAC STEEL MANIAC

    Just want to say that if it wasn’t for Chuck Noll, I would have never became the fan of football that I am today. He made me a ‘super fan’ of the Pittsburgh Steelers. He turned me into the ‘Steel Maniac’ that I am today by bringing together the greatest bunch of football players the world has ever seen on one football team. I remember watching them was a kid and I’ll never forget the state of utter stunned amazement I was in when I saw them play for the very first time. They truly were a team of super athletes. There will never be a tighter-knit group of players and a tighter-knit sports franchise than the Pittsburgh Steelers and Chuck Noll was one of the main reasons for that. His never ending pursuit for greatness spread to his players and they would clime the highest mountain for him as they would win four super bowls in the 70s with him at the helm and more than likely would have won six had it not been for a few injuries to players that set them back before that goal could be attained. A quiet man was Noll as he would stay out of the spotlight only to put the Steelers in the spotlight as they would thrive to be the team of the 70s and the greatest team of all time. Chuck was a true master of the draft and he proved it by turning things around in Pittsburgh. He put together a team that will forever be remembered as the greatest of all time. Chuck was the master. There will never be another coach like him. (He died at age 82 which was also the jersey number of the most reliable wide receiver the Steelers have ever had in John Stallworth who was drafted by coach Noll in a way that only he could have gotten it done at the time. Those who know what happened with that draft way back then know what I mean. That was a brilliant move, Chuck.) You will be missed and never forgotten. R.I.P.

  • http://www.facebook.com/STEELMANIAC STEEL MANIAC

    Just want to say that if it wasn’t for Chuck Noll, I would have never became the fan of football that I am today. He made me a ‘super fan’ of the Pittsburgh Steelers. He turned me into the ‘Steel Maniac’ that I am today by bringing together the greatest bunch of football players the world has ever seen on one football team. I remember watching them when I was a kid in the 70s and I’ll never forget the state of utter stunned amazement I was in when I saw them play for the very first time. They truly were a team of super athletes. There will never be a tighter-knit group of players and a tighter-knit sports franchise than the Pittsburgh Steelers and Chuck Noll was one of the main reasons for that. His never ending pursuit for greatness spread to his players and they would clime the highest mountain for him as they would win four super bowls in the 70s with him at the helm and more than likely would have won six had it not been for a few injuries to players that set them back before that goal could be attained. A quiet man was Noll as he would stay out of the spotlight only to put the Steelers in the spotlight as they would thrive to be the team of the 70s and the greatest team of all time. Chuck was a true master of the draft and he proved it by turning things around in Pittsburgh. He put together a team that will forever be remembered as the greatest of all time. Chuck was the master. There will never be another coach like him. (He died at age 82 which was also the jersey number of the most reliable wide receiver the Steelers have ever had in John Stallworth who was drafted by coach Noll in a way that only he could have gotten it done at the time. Those who know what happened with that draft way back then know what I mean. That was a brilliant move, Chuck.) You will be missed and never forgotten. R.I.P.

  • chris ward

    My Thoughts and Prayers go out to David Todd and his family.

  • chris ward

    Chuck Noll is the greatest coach in NFL history, was a great teacher of the game, taught the fundamentals of tackling and blocking like it was a science. Noll set the standard for the Steelers, turned around the franchise into winners- RIP Chuck Noll

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