With Cleveland Browns owner Randy Lerner officially announcing his newest holiday gift the week after Christmas in president Mike Holmgren's hiring, many reporters and writers have been speculating what moves Holmgren will make once in office. The obvious moves will be paying Josh Cribbs more money and deciding on what to do at the quarterback position and with head coach Eric Mangini, but what has not been talked about is what Holmgren will do with the vacant general manager position in the front office. Hard-core Browns fan speculate that their beloved Bernie Kosar will take the role and get trained at the same time, but in reality, that will probably not happen because Kosar is more of a consultant to Lerner than anything else. Holmgren may look to one of his former teams in the Green ...
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