Found December 14, 2011 on Cleveland.com:
Holmgren talks mostly about the concussion suffered by Colt McCoy and the controversy about the Browns' response to it, and about the illegal hit by Pittsburgh's James Harrison that caused McCoy's injury. Says Pat Shurmur will "absolutely" be the coach in 2012.
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