So, the Cleveland Browns’ sale has been finalized for a billion bucks.
That leaves Mike Holmgrem, the latest savior of the woe-begotten franchise since its return in the late 20th century, out in the cold.
I understand the new owner‚ Jimmy Haslam III, wants his own guy in there (Joe Banner apparently is) but does it really make sense to start over again?
Was Holmgrem THAT “bad”?
Does this mean that should the Browns end up with the first pick in the National Football League draft in April, Geno Smith will be the top pick?
What would that mean for Brandon Weeden, the 29-year-old drafted this year to take over right away as the quarterback? Let’s face it, he wasn’t taken as a developmental guy!
Of course, everyone is saying the right things but if you’re a Cleveland Browns’ fan, what’s going through your head?
Here we go again?
Or is it hope springs eternal?
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