Debating Mike Holmgren’s Role in the Offense

May 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There is an interesting dynamic playing out on the practice field at the Cleveland Browns' training complex in Berea.
Eric Mangini is the head coach, but the team president, Mike Holmgren, also made his presence felt last week at rookie camp.
Holmgren is considered one of the best offensive minds in the business, and even though he's not the coach anymore, his presence on the field last week suggests he may be doing more than paperwork.
Mangini did a great job last year of pulling the tattered remains of his team together and winning the last four games of the season, but he basically did it without a quarterback.
That's not a good way to approach the 2010 season, and with a quarterback guru in the building, it appears Mangini is ceding that aspect of team development to one of the best in the business.
As preseason begins this summer, it will be interesting to see how this plays out as Mangini is not going to want to just be a paper head coach, but he's smart ...

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