Legendary Steelers Coach Dies
He picked up the Pittsburgh Steelers from the bottom of the pile, but when Chuck Noll finished with them, they had become a fearsome powerhouse. The iconic coach, who led the team to four Super Bowl victories, died late Friday at 82. When he took over the Steelers’ in 1969, the team had not won a single title in nearly 40 years. The Pro Football Hall of Fame inducted Noll into its ranks in 1993.
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