When wielded appropriately, and beyond the veil of blatant posturing, the threat of unrestricted free agency has been an effective tool for NFL players in driving the payroll spiral ever upward.
Not so, however, for the league's coaches. But one has to question, at least in a few cases, if next season won't include a change in how some head coaches approach their pending free agency.
Everyone knows that former Pittsburgh sideline boss Bill Cowher will be an unrestricted free-agent ...
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