Former Cleveland Browns President Mike Holmgren said that if he were in head coach Rob Chudzinski's shoes, he would have quit after the team traded ru...
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By Warren McCarty, National Football Post
Jimmy Johnson and Jerry Jones rekindled a debate this week about personnel control in the National Footba...
With so many of the game's most critical plays now reviewed automatically, it's actually time to eliminate the coaches' challenge from the game outright.
Less than two years into a five year contract with "their team," Holmgren's version of the Bill Parcells "football czar" role that Browns absentee owner Randy Lerner hired him for has been at best problematic.
With a busy week in the NFL featuring the blockbuster trade of Donovan McNabb, here is another edition of "What They Say and What They Mean".
Five years from now this draft will be looked at as the reconstructive surgery this team finally received instead of the seven or eight band-aids they used to cork the bleeding.
The sports world socialism of NFL revenue sharing enables a team to put a bad product on the field and still show a decent bottom line.
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