Noll was an assistant coach for the American Football League 's then Los Angeles and later San Diego Chargers from 1960 to 1965. He then became assistant to head coach Don Shula of the NFL Baltimore Colts from 1965 to 1968, when he was selected as the Pittsburgh Steelers ' head coach.
Chuck Noll was the head coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers for 23 seasons from 1969 until 1991. The Noll-led Steelers developed from a miserable 1-13 season in Noll's first campaign to the highest level ever attained by an National Football League team to date.
Chuck Noll was voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame as a member of the Class of 1993. Noll was also an inaugural member of the Steelers Hall of Honor as a member of the Class of 2017. Noll, "The Emperor," truly was the man who changed who the Pittsburgh Steelers were and continue to be.
Chuck Noll. Charles Henry Noll Position: LB-G-C 6-1, 220lb (185cm, 99kg) Born: January 5, 1932 in Cleveland, OH. Died: June 13, 2014 in Sewickley, PA. College: Dayton. High School: Benedictine Hall of Fame: Inducted as Coach in 1993 . As Player: 7 Yrs More bio, uniform, draft, salary info
836. Five years ago, on June 13, 2014, the Steelers Nation lost its emperor, as longtime head coach and Pro Football Hall of Famer Chuck Noll passed away at the age of 82. Here are some reflections of the four-time Super Bowl champion coach, as collected in interviews by our Ron Lippock.
Chuck Noll, the Hall of Fame coach who won a record four Super Bowl titles with the Pittsburgh Steelers, died Friday night at his home. He was 82.
Legendary Pittsburgh Steelers coach Chuck Noll died eight years ago today. He was 82. Noll served as Steelers coach for 23 seasons from 1969-91, winning Super Bowls after the 1974, ’75, ’78 ...
Noll, who was born Jan. 5, 1932 and would turn 91 Thursday, is one of just 10 coaches in league history with over 200 wins. He was tabbed as the Super Bowl 50 Golden Team's head coach in 2016. Our...
He remembered how Noll rallied the Steelers from an awful 0-2 start in 1989, the last season the team made the playoffs under Noll. Our opening game, we played the Cleveland Browns and we got beat...
I remember 1974, Chuck's sixth season as coach of the Steelers and my fourth year back with the team after serving in Vietnam. We went out to play the Chiefs, and they had all the main players from their recent Super Bowl team, though Mike Livingston had replaced Lenny Dawson at quarterback.