The sale of the Browns could stall the progress the franchise has made under team president Mike Holmgren, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
The Seahawks have formally asked for permission to talk to Eagles general manager Tom Heckert, according to a source.
Mike Holmgren has decided to return as head coach of the Seattle Seahawks.
In Seattle's NFC wild-card playoff win over Washington on Saturday, Mike Holmgren showed in five plays why he's probably the most dangerous coach in the playoffs, John Clayton writes.
The Seahawks have talent, but it's their strong core of veteran leaders that sets them apart from other NFC contenders, writes John Clayton.
The Seahawks needed a lift and defensive coordinator John Marshall provided it with a blitz package that knocked the Raiders cold.
The last five Super Bowl losers have been under .500 the following season. To avoid that fate, the Seahawks know they need to be even better in 2006.
Coach Mike Holmgren thinks he has his Seahawks ready for Super Bowl XL. John Clayton thinks he knows how Seattle can win.
It took him a few years, but Matt Hasselbeck has arrived as one of the NFL's best QBs in his fifth season in Seattle.
While many of his former assistants run variations of the West Coast offense, Mike Holmgren uses a form most similar to Bill Walsh's.
Despite winning the NFC West last season, the Seahawks spent a busy offseason making numerous changes.
Even with all of their wins and accomplishments, several playoff coaches are under scrutiny.
Mike Holmgren doesn't have as many titles on his business card, but he's much closer to the title that really matters.
The first round of the playoffs features three rematches and a battle between former divisional rivals.
If the Seahawks want to make the playoffs they need to find a way to win on the road. And soon.
Seattle and swagger usually don't belong together. However, Mike Holmgren has a confident bunch.