Chuck Noll, the long-time Steelers head coach who presided over the Steel Curtain era in Pittsburgh, passed away in his sleep Friday night. The Hall of Fame coach, who suffered from Alzheimers and a heart condition, died of natural causes. Noll, who coached the Steelers from 1969 to 1991, won all four Super Bowls he coached in, the most in the NFL. During his time with the team, the Steelers drafted nine Hall of Famers, including his first year selection, Joe Greene, as well as Terry Bradshaw, Lynn Swann and Franco Harris among others.
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