PFT Live: Mike Holmgren, Bob Glauber, PFT Planet calls and tweets


The NFL coaching carousel continues to spin this week and we’ll have a former NFL head coach with us on Thursday’s PFT Live to talk about the movement around the league.

Former Packers and Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren will join Mike Florio for a conversation about the current coaching landscape. Holmgren expressed some interest in returning to that landscape with the 49ers in the past, although nothing has come of that interest in this hiring cycle.

Bob Glauber of Newsday will be on the show as well to discuss the Giants’ decision to promote offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo to Tom Coughlin’s old job and the possibility that McAdoo will face Coughlin as the coach of the Eagles twice next season. Darin Gantt of PFT rounds out the guest list with a look ahead at this weekend’s Panthers-Seahawks game.

As always, we also want to hear what PFT Planet thinks. Email questions at any time or get in touch on Twitter at @ProFootballTalk to let us know what’s on your mind.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can listen to all three hours live via the various NBC Sports Radio affiliates, through the links at PFT, or with the NBC Sports Radio app.

5 responses to “PFT Live: Mike Holmgren, Bob Glauber, PFT Planet calls and tweets

  1. Ask Holmgren how he justified taking the Browns money for hiring Pat Shurmer and drafting Richardson and Weeden in the first round. Its amazing the free pass that this overrated buffoon gets.

  2. Guy hasn’t had a NFL job, of any kind, since he worked the Browns over. The rest of the League saw what he did there, steal $$ & blow draft picks. He’s essentially been black balled for it.

  3. MichaelEdits says:
    Jan 14, 2016 11:45 AM
    Holmgren’s career without Favre has been nothing but a trail of destruction. I’d probably hire Barry Switzer first.

    I couldn’t agree more.

  4. 100% agree with Nowearman, Holmgren was a total waste of money. Brought in his buddy Uncle Fritz’s boy Pat Shurmer. Wasted draft picks and left town with a team well worse then when he showed up,but he did pocket $50 Million. His days are over fleecing teams, football no longer wants this publicity hound. Stay retired and lose the other 31 teams phone numbers no one wants you!

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