Found November 08, 2012 on Waiting For Next Year:
PLAYERS: Tom Heckert
TEAMS: Cleveland Browns
Scott Petrak got a sit-down with new Browns CEO Joe Banner that is a must-read for Browns fans. You know you have the time with the bye week this week. In the article, Banner is quoted pretty warmly with regard to Tom Heckert and their past working relationship despite some of the rumor and innuendo to the contrary. “There’s nothing in our relationship that would be anything other than a positive in working together,” Banner said. “We like each other, we respect each other, we’re both driven, we have the same priorities. So whatever the decision is, pro or con, will not have anything to do with anything other than a very good and constructive relationship.” Banner also went on to tell Petrak that he left Philly for a reclamation project because those get his “blood pumping.” Here’s hoping he’s able to maintain even and proper blood pressure with his challenges here in Cleveland. [Related: WFNY Podcast - 2012-11-08]
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