The Cleveland Browns announced after Sunday's victory over Pittsburgh that team president Mike Holmgren has left the organization. Holmgren is scheduled to meet with the media on Monday to discuss his departure, and he presumably will be asked about his possible interest in the Cowboys and whether he plans to coach again. It had been reported some time ago that this would be Holmgren's last season with the Browns, but it was unclear whether he would remain with the team the rest of the season. That question was answered on Sunday, which turned out to be Holmgren's final game with the Browns. Holmgren, 64, had said earlier his involvement with the Brown for the rest of this season would hinge on whether new owner Jimmy Haslam III and incoming CEO Joe Banner sought his advice and input.