There’s a reason when football coaches and front office types start talking, it’s good to have some salt nearby.
Browns president Mike Holmgren tried to put the cat back in the bag Thursday, during a somewhat rare appearance with the local media.
Quarterback Seneca Wallace opened a can of worms earlier this week, saying he couldn’t imagine a situation where both he and Colt McCoy remained on the roster (with the assumption Brandon Weeden is the starter).
Holmgren tried to clean that up, and began by saying “right now the plan is not to” move either McCoy or Wallace via trade or release.
He then went onto say “that’s not to say we might not change something.”
So, in a nutshell, no matter what the Browns do at quarterback, Holmgren is covered. Hey, at least he didn’t try to tell us they were never really interested in Peyton Manning.