According to Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal, Browns general manager Mike Holmgren is refuting a report from the National Football Post that Jake Delhomme informed the team he has no intention of being a backup in 2011.
The original report seemed fishy as it seemed unlikely Delhomme would voluntarily walk away from the $5.4 million in base salary the Brown owe Delhomme. Jake is no longer a legitimate starter in the League but only a fool would walk away from that kind of money for holding a clipboard and giving Colt McCoy friendly advice. The Browns hold all the cards here.
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