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Iron Shiek
02-01-2011, 07:37 PM
I'm sure there will be some elaboration, but why did Pro Football talk just tweet the following:

Bruce Arians: This will be my last job.


What the?? Anyone got any insight on this???

Crash
02-01-2011, 07:39 PM
When he's done with us he is expected to retire.

Iron Shiek
02-01-2011, 07:42 PM
Just semi wishful thinking that I read into it that this next most immediate upcoming job (aka the big dance) would be his last "job".


Although, it seems the offense has been better lately, i still think he will need to move on sooner rather than later.

Chachi
02-01-2011, 07:42 PM
Ill end my career as a Steelers because this is going to be my last job. I dont have to worry about it. I can retire, Arians said.

hawaiiansteel
02-01-2011, 08:28 PM
Arians: This will be my last job

Posted by Gregg Rosenthal on February 1, 2011

http://nbcprofootballtalk.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/b-arians.jpg?w=250


Media Day is a circus, but it can be pretty cool for a reporter if you know where to sit. You just dont have many other chances to speak with general managers and coordinators.

I learned plenty from Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians Tuesday, who was a lot more colorful than I imagined. One year after a false report said he was fired, Arians was soaking in the experience and looking forward to shaving his beard next week.

Thats what makes you enjoy this week so much: All those times getting your ass kicked, Arians said in reference to the times he was actually fired as a college coach.

Arians said he doesnt let the criticism of his playcalling bother him, joking that Pittsburgh is only town in the league where the fans want the team to run the ball more even when they have a great passing game.

No one sits at home and calls defense. I enjoy listening to sports talk shows myself and I think We really did have a run called, Ben just threw the damn thing, Arians joked.

Arians lauded the Rooney family, saying hes never seen anything like them in all his years in football. Real family ownership passed down through generations is becoming rare in the NFL, which is unfortunate.

The familes that have been in the league since the beginning just care more, and thats why Arians plans to be a Steeler for life.

Ill end my career as a Steelers because this is going to be my last job. I dont have to worry about it. I can retire, Arians said.

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