Browns hope to stop Cowher's success
BEREA, Ohio -- Sentimental softy that he is, Steelers coach Bill Cowher has a wooden chair in his Pittsburgh office from the old Cleveland Municipal Stadium.
It's a mustard-colored reminder of Cowher's days in Cleveland, where he played, began raising a family and started his NFL coaching career.
"Cleveland," he said, "is special to me."
Except on Sundays. That souvenir seat isn't the only thing from Cleveland that Cowher owns.
Now in his 12th season as Steelers coach, ...
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