From 93.7 The Fan - Cotchery said that everything was positive about his first year as a Steeler, and the organization was everything he expected it to be. About his status as a free agent, Cotchery said that he would love to return to the black and gold next season.
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A few highlights from the interview. "Jerricho said he had a great time in Pittsburgh, and was blown away about how the Steelers handle business. I would love to come back, I expressed that to the coaches. Hopefully something can get done".
He had a meeting with Tomlin, and said it went very well. The coaches like what he brings to the table.
On Bruce Arians not coming back possibly: He says he didn't know the specifics on it but he has great respect for Arians and the guys love the system he has. He says the team would love to see him back but has no idea how that will play out.
On the teams Redzone problems: "Just make the plays". At the end of the day you have to make the tough plays. Some teams make it look easy but it's really not.
After the play where the team tied Denver: He said the team felt like it was their game, their time to come back and win. It's a testament to the guys never giving up even when they were down 14.
On Tim Tebow throwing so much: We forced him to throw it that much and he just made the plays.
On Antonio Brown: The best thing about Antonio, he comes to work. He's working hard every day, never takes a day off. It's nice to see it paying off for him. It's fun watching him work.
Do the big 3 need a veteran presence: I think they are ready to carry the load but you always need a veteran presence in the room. Without one you can take a hit alittle bit, but you need to have a veteran around.