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Holmgren Looking to Take the Browns to the Promise Land

It is official Mike Holmgren will be the new President of the Browns. He has been able to take the Packers and Seahawks to the Super Bowl and place where all Browns fans one day want to be. Holmgren is the first big name the organzation has brought in since the return in 99. The Browns will make a formal announcement next week with press conference for the Media. Money and length still haven’t been ironed out yet but will be by the end of the week. Mike Holmgren the new Browns President, hopefully he is the man who can guide this team to the Super Bowl. Go Browns!


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2 Responses to “Holmgren Looking to Take the Browns to the Promise Land”

  1. Denolakes says:

    Mangini’s response to the questions was indicative, I think, of his new role in the Land of Cleve: “I’m looking to coach this team. That’s it.” That’s probably his role — with a pretty sophisticated pair of eyes looking over his shoulder. I’m seeing signs of life in this team. Even if you love to hate them, they are playing better ball when they could be laying down — for a lot of reasons — and with younger players, to boot. True, KC is at the lower end of the spectrum, but Oakland beat Pittsburgh and Denver, so they can play when they show up, too. JAX are play-off hopefuls and Pittsburgh was finally beaten after 12 tries. Let’s see how they end up. They will still be drafting relatively high — but not too high. With the number of picks they have, they could end up with 2 picks in Round 1.

  2. ButchGavlen says:

    It still looks to me like the smart thing to do is trade down a little. If there’s ont a stud pick you absolutely need, go down and get one or two additional picks.
    I hope he gives Mangini a year; I think that would be smarter on his part also. trying to replace everyone and the scheme again and the apple cart, just would be too much. If Mangini goes i don’t see him getting another head coaching job for a while at least, if at all.
    I just hope things work out well; this is no promise of success. Many things have to happen for that to happen, in any endeavor.

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