Browns President Mike Holmgren is expected to bring in a West Coast offense disciple to coach the Browns, an offense that should suit Colt McCoy’s skills well. Holmgren wasn’t dismayed by McCoy’s slow end to the season.
“I think you see the potential there,” Holmgren said at his season-ending press conference. “I certainly do.”
Jake Delhomme told the Akron Beacon-Journal he’d love to be back in Cleveland next year and plans to continue playing football. There’s almost no chance the Browns will bring him back at $5.4 million.
That leaves the Browns with McCoy and Seneca Wallace. It wouldn’t surprise us if Holmgren added a veteran to the mix and possibly a late-round rookie, but McCoy did enough as a rookie to be the early favorite to start in Cleveland next year.