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Ron Rivera Not Giving Up on the Super Bowl

Ex Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera hasn’t yet given up on winning a Super Bowl in his career.

As well as that, Ron Rivera is excited to get back into NFL coaching as soon as he possibly can.

While he never won a Super Bowl with the Panthers, his nine year spell there was one of relative success. Ron Rivera led them to one Super Bowl appearance and back to back NFC South titles.

The two time AP NFL Coach of the Year is the winningest coach in Carolina Panthers franchise history. His team made the playoffs four times under him. To put that into context, Carolina only made the postseason four times in 16 seasons before he took the job in 2011.


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“I do believe I will get another opportunity, and I will coach again,” Rivera said.

“There are a lot of things I would do differently, there really are, but I think I’ve got the right kind of experience,” he said. 

“I mean, I do. I just think that, having gone through the things that I’ve gone through, been through the things that we’ve been through, been where we’ve been, it gives me experience.

Doesn’t mean I’ll be better than anybody else but what it does is it gives me a different perspective …I’ll be honest I’m kind of excited, I really am. I’m really looking forward to a lot of opportunities, I’m looking forward to a little bit of time.”


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Despite not winning a title, Rivera’s passion lies within the impact that coaching can make on people’s lives.

“I love coaching and not just coaching because it’s about winning football games but coaching because you have an opportunity to impact young men and people and that’s what I want to do,” Rivera said. 

“I want to be able to coach people, impact people, win football games and hopefully win a Super Bowl…”

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