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While the Browns’ four-game winning streak to close out the season certainly didn’t hurt Eric Mangini‘s cause, Mike Holmgren said in an interview with Pat Kirwan and Tim Ryan on the Sirius radio show Moving the Chains that his decision to retain Mangini went far beyond just that small sample of games.
New Browns president Mike Holmgren appears to be leaning toward choosing between Brady Quinn and Derek Anderson before the start of training camp.
The Browns and Josh Cribbs have had “very positive” dialogue about extending the Pro Bowl performer’s contract, one of his agents, J.R. Rickert, told the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
J.R. Rickert, the agent for Pro Bowl return specialist/receiver Josh Cribbs, said that the Cleveland Browns’ final offer in the ongoing contract negotiations between Cribbs and the team have left him no choice but to demand a trade.
New Browns president Mike Holmgren said he will meet with Eric Mangini on Wednesday and that the embattled coach “absolutely” has a chance to keep his job.
The Eagles have granted Browns permission to interview Tom Heckert for their vacant general manager job, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.
The Browns ended their season 5-11, but on a four-game winning streak. Is that hot finish enough for first-year coach Eric Mangini to keep his job under team president Mike Holmgren? He seems to believe so.
I spoke with someone with intimate knowledge of the situation in Buffalo who says that despite firing coach Dick Jauron weeks ago, the Bills have really not even begun their latest coaching search.
The more I dig around into the situation in Cleveland, the more convinced I am that Eric Mangini‘s first season with the Browns will be his last. In fact, at this point, I would be stunned if he came back for 2010. Totally stunned.
New Cleveland Browns president Mike Holmgren hasn’t made a decision yet on the status of incumbent coach Eric Mangini, but he said the two will meet next week.
The Browns announced Monday that Mike Holmgren has agreed to become team president.
Mike Holmgren will not be returning to the Seahawks, the team announced Saturday, ending any speculation that Seattle’s former coach and general manager would be re-hired to run the team’s football operations after a year off from football.
Should Mike Holmgren come on board in Cleveland, numerous league executives anticipate that it would spell the end of Eric Mangini’s brief tenure as coach of the Browns.
The bridge that was connecting Mike Holmgren to the Redskins head coaching job, should it come open, might have been blown up on Monday. And Holmgren was the one holding the gasoline can in one hand and a burned match in the other.