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“Ask Pat. Ask Pat. … You’re either with us or you’re not.” — Mike Holmgren
“He is very, very defensive today. … An instant classic.” – Tony Grossi, Cleveland Plain Dealer
“[S]marmy, arrogant, patronizing, defensive, annoying, standoffish, defiant. In a word: unhinged. I still like Holmgren — but come on.” – Dennis Manoloff, Cleveland Plain Dealer
“Holmgren did not seem very happy about being pressed into doing his job.” — Marla Ridenour, Akron Beacon Journal
“Well then … ” – Pat McManamon, Fox Sports Ohio
If you want to get right to the transcript of the disaster that unfolded in Berea yesterday, go ahead and scroll down past the second animated LOLrus below. But it should be noted here first that there were people who actually did raise questions and concerns back in 2009 about Randy Lerner’s decision to hire Mike Holmgren in the first place. These questions related to the wisdom of an historically incompetent owner reacting to a plainly self-se
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Cleveland Browns president Mike Holmgren held a press conference on Wednesday in an attempt to shed some light on the drama surrounding quarterback Colt McCoy’s concussion.
It’s safe to say that he accomplished that, clearing the air about the whole situation, but it’s also safe to say that the press conference had a tense atmosphere. Clearly, Holmgren has been bothered by...
Browns President Mike Holmgren will meet with the Cleveland media today at 11:45 a.m. in Berea. Get updates here via Twitter.
When asked to elaborate, Holmgren said, "He's going to be the head coach. I'll elaborate on it, he'll be the head coach."
Plain Dealer's Cleveland Browns beat writers Tony Grossi and Mary Kay Cabot discuss Browns President Mike Holmgren's explanation of why Colt McCoy was not given a concussion test on the sidelines after the helmet to face mask by the Steelers' James Harrison Thursday night.
Mike Holmgren addressed a restless Cleveland media today in a press conference about the controversy surrounding the Colt McCoy concussion from last Thursday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, basically calling the criticisms “unfair.” McCoy had suffered a brutal hit from linebacker James Harrison that led to a one-game suspension for Harrison by the NFL.
The Browns did...
Browns president Mike Holmgren says quarterback Colt McCoy was not checked for a concussion while he was on the sideline after helmet-to-helmet hit by Pittsburgh's James Harrison.
The team had maintained proper protocol was followed after the hit. Holmgren said Wednesday that Browns trainers did not see the hit and did not realize the impact because they were treating other...
What did the Browns know? Wnat did the Browns do and not do regarding QB Colt McCoy's concussion? Team president Mike Holmgren addressed the situation.
I don’t really want to admit it, but it’s true. We’re part of the problem. In the world of instant gratification and “what have you done for me lately?” (where “lately” means “in the last 6-12 hours”) there is no room for any mistake of any kind, period.
Much like millions of others, I’m completely engrossed in the Twitter world and was on it at some point during...
Browns president Mike Holmgren says quarterback Colt McCoy was
not checked for a concussion while he was on the sideline after
helmet-to-helmet hit by Pittsburgh's James Harrison.
BEREA, OHIO (AP) - Browns president Mike Holmgren said quarterback Colt McCoy was not checked for a concussion on the sideline following a hit by Pittsburgh's James Harrison because he didn't exhibit signs of having a head injury.Holmgren finally addressed McCoy's concussion Wednesday, one day after the team met with ...
Browns president Mike Holmgren said quarterback Colt McCoy was not checked for a concussion on the sideline following a hit by Pittsburgh's James Harrison because he didn't exhibit signs of having a head injury.
Baylor University quarterback Robert Griffin III, shown here playing against Texas Tech on November 26, 2011, was announced as the recipient of the 77th Heisman Memorial Trophy on December 10, 2011 at the Best Buy Theater in New York City. Griffin becomes the first Baylor player ever to win college football’s most prestigious award. (UPI Photo/Ian Halperin)
With a disappointing...