After so many seasons of trying to insulate his teams from the noise on the outside and shield players from nosey media, Mike Holmgren now finds himself on the other side. He may be a coach with Hall of Fame credentials, but he’s simply a fan, observer and part-time member of the media when it comes to Sunday’s NFC championship game between Seattle and San Francisco, two franchises he knows quite well.
The 2013 Seattle Seahawks match up favorably with their Super Bowl brethren.
The sale of the Cleveland Browns to Jimmy Haslam III was unanimously approved by NFL owners Tuesday, and team President Mike Holmgren will be leaving the Browns at the end of the season.
There are some similarities in how the two regimes started off, but Carroll seems to be ahead of Holmgren in building the Hawks into a contender. If Carroll is as good at sustaining it as Holmgren was, the Seahawks could be on their way to another good decade of football.
CLEVELAND (AP) — A person familiar with the decisions says the Cleveland Browns have waived backup quarterback Seneca Wallace and tight end Evan Moore. Wallace’s release means the Browns may go with former starter Colt […]