Mike Holmgren Should Act Sooner Rather Than Later in Naming New Head Coach

January 7, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Over the past decade, the word continuity is foreign to the Cleveland Browns.
After the firing of head coach Eric Mangini, team president Mike Holmgren is looking to fill the vacancy with a coach who can drive the team over the gauntlet of futility that links their storied past with a brighter future.
The process of returning Cleveland to respectability rests with the ability to move fast and effective in naming the new head coach.
Entering the 2010 offseason with no head coach is nothing new for the Cleveland faithful. Seemingly stuck in some phase of a perpetual rebuild, Browns fans are counting on Holmgren to get it right this time.
Mike Holmgren was brought to the Cleveland Browns in large part because of his vision. It's likely he used 2010 as a season to get accustomed to every aspect of Cleveland Browns football.
Given the mess that was inherited, it's fair to assume that a coaching change did not top the list of priorities to be car...

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