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Football Coach
    (October 3, 1952- )
    Born in Paterson, New Jersey
    Running backs coach for the Kansas City Chiefs (1989-92)
    Tight ends coach for the New Orleans Saints (1996)
    Quarterbacks coach for the Indianapolis Colts (1998-2000)
    Wide receivers coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers (2004-06)
    Offensive coordinator for the Cleveland Browns (2001-03), Pittsburgh Steelers (2007-11) and the Indianapolis Colts (2012)
    Interim head coach of the Indianapolis Colts (2012)
    Head coach for the Temple University Owls (1983-88) and the Arizona Cardinals
    NFL AP Coach of the Year (2012)
    He turned down various NFL head coaching positions during his heyday with the Steelers.
    He was 60 years old when he accepted his first full time NFL head coaching position with the Cardinals.
    His record as the head coach of the Temple University football program was 21–45.
    He was forced to forfeit the team's victories during the 1986 season after using an ineligible player during the season.
    He got his break in coaching after accepting the job as the running backs coach at the University of Alabama under Bear Bryant.
    He served on the coaching staffs of Bill Cowher and Mike Tomlin in Pittsburgh, earning two Super Bowl rings (Super Bowls XL and XLIII).
    He stepped in for Chuck Pagano as the Colts head coach when the latter was forced to take a leave of absence for leukemia treatments.
    He went 9-3 during the twelve games he served as the Colts interim head coach.
    He is the first interim head coach in NFL history to earn the NFL Coach of the Year award, as his nine victories are the highest total by an interim coach.

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