• Report: Mike Holmgren to retire at season's end

    Summary of 16 articles · Updated Oct 18, 2012
    Mike Holmgren will retire at year's end, according to several ESPN reports. Holmgren will leave as Cleveland Browns president after this season, and will retire. For Holmgren, that always was and always will be coaching an NFL team. It was a surprise, and yet it wasn’t, that new Browns owner Jimmy Haslam announced on Tuesday that team president Mike Holmgren will retire at the end of the year. "I've never quit anything in my life," Holmgren said in early September. Carroll was hired as a coach, Holmgren's role more as a de facto owner. "He has been and still is committed to doing everything he can to make the Cleveland Browns a winning football team," Haslam said of Holmgren, whose Browns are 10-28 since he was hired by Lerner to run football operations in 2010.
    • Cashing Checks, Creating Wrecks

      The next person who asks me if I’m disappointed that Mike Holmgren was run out of town on a rail by Jimmy Haslam before Holmgren could ‘finish the job he was hired to do’ runs a pretty solid chance of getting punched in the face. I’m not disappoin
    • Inside Slant: Holmgren, Harbaugh and more

      Time was on Mike Holmgren's side in Green Bay and Seattle. Not so in Cleveland, where the former Seahawks and Packers coach has gone from near-autonomy to apparent retirement following sale of the Browns. Holmgren has coveted power and usually commanded…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Mike Holmgren, the Seattle Seahawks and unfair comparisons

      End of an era? Mike Holmgren moving on from ClevelandBy Danny O'Neil | The Seattle TimesIt is impossible to discuss Mike Holmgren's departure in Cleveland without contrasting it against where Seattle currently sits.That's unfair. It's unfair for him, fo…
    • With Mike Holmgren departing, Cleveland Browns' front office faces uncertain future

      With Mike Holmgren leaving and former Eagles President Joe Banner coming in, the rest of the Browns office is wondering what's next.
      Source: cleveland.com
    • Holmgren’s exit makes plenty of sense

      It was a surprise, and yet it wasn’t, that new Browns owner Jimmy Haslam announced on Tuesday that team president Mike Holmgren will retire at the end of the year. Holmgren was hired to be the surrogate owner for Randy Lerner, who wanted nothing to do w
    • With Jimmy Haslam in charge, Mike Holmgren's departure from Cleveland Browns was inevitable: Bud Shaw

      Mike Holmgren's days with the Browns were numbered the moment Jimmy Haslam decided he wanted to buy the team.
      Source: cleveland.com
    • Cleveland Browns: Phil Taylor says Mike Holmgren will be missed

      Phil Taylor says he will miss Mike Holmgren but the team must move on.
      Source: cleveland.com
    • Holmgren's Browns Tenure Ends With a Thud

      The Browns' new owner was approved Tuesday, spelling the end of Mike Holmgren's run as team president.
      Source: nytimes.com
    • Holmgren to retire as NFL OKs Browns sale

      New Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam, whose takeover of the team was officially approved Tuesday, named Joe Banner the team's CEO/president and announced that current president Mike Holmgren will retire at the end of the season.
  • Report: Tom Heckert thinks he’s the next to go in Cleveland

    We already know that Mike Holmgren’s days as president of the Browns are winding down and another member of the team’s hierarchy thinks that he’ll be joining the man who hired him on the unemployment line. Zac Jackson and Pat McManamon of FoxSportsO

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