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"If your tenets are sound, I think it will withstand the evolution of time and the ramifications of guys messing around on the offense like they do," LeBeau said.
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LeBeau's resume was enough to convince the Titans to listen closely.
And no, LeBeau says he never thought of retirement after leaving Pittsburgh. Not yet.
LeBeau has only visited Nashville's downtown music scene of honky tonks once since being hired. Mix in football with music,Cheap Jerseys From China, LeBeau expects to be busy handling tickets from friends wanting to visit.
"I feel totally blessed to be in there," LeBeau said. "They've done enough for me. They don't have to put me in any other way."
"First year's always kind of busy," LeBeau told The Associated Press. "I hope to be able to spend some time there and revisit those sites."
The Pro Football Hall of Fame inducts its latest class Saturday, and some day LeBeau could be the first inducted as both player and coach. Such talk is humbling, but LeBeau insists he doesn't think of that possibility.
When his day job allows.
LeBeau also taught himself how to play guitar — or what he calls the easiest way to hear a song on demand because he can play it himself. He has a guitar in every room at home, and LeBeau brought two with him to Nashville. In a town where every guitar has a label and a history, LeBeau prefers Taylor guitars because a friend who needed a business sold that brand.
"Fortunately, I had some opportunities, and I didn't have to think about it," LeBeau said. "Eventually, I'll have to think about it. It crosses your mind. Nobody goes forever."
For now, LeBeau has reunited with Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt, defensive coordinator Ray Horton and a handful of former Pittsburgh coaches now on staff here. LeBeau officially is assistant head coach in charge of the defense, a hire Horton needed only seconds to endorse.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Dick LeBeau is a man of few words, many guitars and a love of history that takes him to preserved battlefields across the United States.
But football is LeBeau's first love, so much so he'll watch college games and even the occasional high school game. When it comes to scheming against offenses, LeBeau looks only at the NFL.

Considered the architect of the zone blitz, LeBeau is enough of a renaissance man to keep himself busy when he goes into retirement.
The Hall of Fame cornerback is about to start his 57th season in the NFL coaching with his sixth different team. LeBeau, who turns 78 in the season's opening month, joined the Tennessee Titans in February after leaving Pittsburgh,Air Max 97 Undefeated Black, and he has been too busy to return to the Hermitage or visit Civil War battlefields a short drive away.
A man of few words, LeBeau has told a few stories from his career, and he has even caught the players off-guard by jogging alongside them.
He's loved reading about history from textbooks his older brother brought home, and also from his college coach, Woody Hayes at Ohio State. During the offseason, LeBeau has visited battlefields Chickamauga in Georgia, and Stones River in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. He's also heard plenty about the Battle of Franklin.
The defensive coach can pick up a tune by listening as easily as he can figure out a new way to blitz a quarterback. Every now and then a song can stump him, such as Bob Dylan's "Watchtower," which prompted a call to a Duquesne University music professor for help.
"I knew there were only three chords," LeBeau said. "I couldn't get it. Finally, I said 'Bill, I give up. What are the three chords to 'Watchtower?' And of course he gave them to me right away. But there's a minor in there."

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