BEREA, Ohio --Mike Holmgren said the only thing he knows for sure about his future is that Friday will be his last day with the Cleveland Browns.
Ive already passed the baton, Holmgren said Monday in a brief appearance in the teams media room.
He called reports that he would be interested in coaching the Dallas Cowboys if Jason Garrett were fired a misstatement, and said he will ponder his future after he gets to his home in Phoenix on Saturday.
I dont know, I honestly dont know if Im going to go back to work immediately or not, Holmgren said. And I dont know if itll be in football.
He said he and his wife Kathy have talked about working for non-profits, and that remains a possibility, but he also said it was very, very difficult to watch games in Cleveland and not be on the sideline.
Holmgren signed a five-year deal to be the Browns president in December of 2009, and leaves with two years remaining. New owner Jimmy Haslam hired Joe Banner to be the teams CEO, and Haslam said he rea...