Former Steelers coach, Browns LB Bill Cowher inducted into HOF

Former Steelers head coach, Browns assistant Bill Cowher going into Pro Football Hall of Fame

Former Steelers coach Bill Cowher elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame

It's none other than Bill Cowher.

Now 62, Cowher coached the Steelers from 1992-2006.

Cowher, a Crafton, PA native who went to Carlynton High School, won one Super Bowl, won eight division titles and made the playoffs in 10 of his 15 years with the Steelers.

TV moments don't get much better than this.

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"This isn't right that this is happening now", Cowher said with a smile. "I've lived a blessed life".

Cowher finished his career with a 161-99-1 record for a.619 winning percentage. Five will consist of modern era players, ten will be senior members (players who have been retired for at least 25 years now), three contributors, and two coaches (including Cowherd).

Per the Hall of Fame, a panel met in Canton on Wednesday to elect the Centennial Slate, marking the first time members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame were elected during a selection meeting at the Hall.

As part of the NFL's 100 anniversary, the National Football League commissioned a panel to elect the Centennial Slate, which will be comprised of 15 members: 10 seniors, three contributors and two coaches.

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"I'm OK if it doesn't happen", Cowher told Baker of possibly not getting in. On NFL Network. The Class of 2020 also will include five members of modern-era players that will be determined on the eve of Super Bowl LIV.

He coached one more season with Pittsburgh before stepping down to spend more time with his family, including his first wife Kaye, who died from skin cancer in 2010.

In 1985, Cowher began his coaching career in Cleveland under Marty Schottenheimer as the special teams coach and later secondary coach. Cowher has been with CBS as an analyst since 2007.

Several of Cowher's former Steelers players offered their congratulations on social media, including Hall of Fame running back Jerome Bettis.

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