Bill Cowher says he's not returning to coaching

As the Buffalo Bills continue to line up interviews for their head-coaching vacancy, they can cross one name off the list of potential candidates: Bill Cowher.

The former Pittsburgh Steelers coach hasn't roamed the sidelines since 2006 but his name was the subject of speculation this week that he could consider a return to coaching, specifically for the Bills.

Cowher will remain as a broadcaster, he told Sirius XM NFL Radio with Jim Miller and Pat Kirwan on Friday:

"It was great this year to be on the sidelines for the some of the Thursday games [for CBS] and get to be up close to it. You see the officials, you see some of the assistant coaches ... it does get your blood going.

"But no, I'm in a really good place. I really enjoy my job at CBS. I'm enjoying all the involvement with that and the Thursday football.

"It's good. I'm in a good place. You're not going to see me on the sidelines. I enjoy it, I miss it, but not enough to get back."