CBS football analyst and former Steelers coach Bill Cowher joined The Big Show on Friday afternoon, indicating that a return to coaching isn't out of the question.
"If it was the right situation. I certainly haven't put any time table [on it] and I'm not in any hurry," Cowher said, noting that he enjoys how involved in football he can still be in his role with CBS.
"I'd never say never, he added. "I still feel young enough that I could come back, and probably will at some point, but I'm not going to come back just for the sake of doing it. It would have to be the right situation. I couldn't even tell you what the right situation it, it would be something at the end of the year where you sit down, and a lot of things that I do, I will go with my guy feeling, and I'll know if it's time at that point."
Cowher coached the Steelers for 15 seasons, leading them to victory in Super...
The Colts - already short Dallas Clark - list three of their offensive weapons as questionable for Sunday's game in Foxboro against the Patriots. Defensive ends Robert Mathis and Dwight Freeney - who received rest days earlier in the week - were removed from the official report. There was no players listed as getting rest on Friday's injury report.
Colts injury report Friday:
Did Not Practice
DB Bob Sanders (biceps)OUT
LB Gary Bracket (toe) Questionable
RB Mike Hart (ankle) Questionable
LB Clint Session (elbow) Questionable
DB Justin Tryon (foot) Questionable
RB Joseph Addai (neck) Questionable
CB Aaron Francisco (rib) Questionable
DB Kelvin Hayden (neck) Questionable
WR Austin Collie (concussion)...
FOXBORO — Quarterback Tom Brady was again limited at practice on Friday while wide receiver Brandon Tate and offensive lineman Rich Ohrnberger were out with the flu. Safety Jarrad Page returned to practice for the first time since Oct. 22, the Friday before injuring his calf against San Diego.
Patriots Injury report Friday:
Did Not Practice
WR Brandon Tate (flu) Questionable
G Rich Ohrnberger (flu) Questionable
CB Jonathan Wilhite (hip) Questionable
DT Myron Pryor (back) Questionable
Limited Participation in Practice
QB Tom Brady (right shoulder/foot) Probable
S Jarrad Page (calf) Questionable
G Stephen Neal (shoulder) Questionable
RB Fred Taylor (toe) Questionable
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Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant is listed as "questionable" for tonight's game against the Celtics at TD Garden, but Oklahoman beat writer Darnell Mayberry wrote that "Durant doesn't seem likely to play." Durant suffered a spraned ankle Wednesday against the Rockets. Durant played through it, but said that it got worse as the game went on.
Forward Jeff Green is also out for Oklahoma City. He has missed five of the last six games with an ankle injury of his own. The Thunder had only four games missed by starters all of last season. Heading into tonight's game that number is already at 13 and rising.
If Durant can't play, this would be the second straight game the Celtics will have missed a marquee opponent. Rookie John Wall sat out Wednesday's game for the Wizards.
According to a major league source familiar with the situation, as of Friday afternoon the Red Sox were still "undecided" regarding whether they will be submitting a bid for the rights to negotiate with Japanese middle infielder Tsuyoshi Nishioka, who was posted by the Chiba Lotte Marines. Teams have until 5 p.m. Tuesday to submit bids in regards to Nishioka, a 26-year-old switch-hitter who won the Japanese Pacific League batting title with a .346 average in 2010.
While Nishioka has played shortstop throughout his professional career, some believe he would be better suited for second base in the major leagues. The Red Sox did draw interest at the recent GM meetings in Orlando for shorstop Marco Scutaro, who is scheduled to earn $5 million next season, while holding a $6 million team option, or $3 million player option for 2012.
Part of any hesitation regarding attempting to secure the services of Nishioka might...
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Buster Olney of ESPN joined MFB to talk about all the free agent news surrounding the Red Sox over the past 24 hours
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BC football sideline reporter Scott Mutryn with the worst impersonation of all time.
Ben Cherington joined us to discuss the Sox off-season moves.
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Dale and Michael give their four selections for the MLB Hall of Fame... this year's finalists were announced today.
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