On Tuesday, Tony Grossi claimed Browns President Mike Holmgren “did the absolute minimum” while he was in charge in Cleveland.
Today, Grossi is back on the attack–
“Here’s a suggestion for a smart thing to happen: Immediately revoke Holmgren’s office, his lunch ticket and his parking space. His unforgivingly condescending farewell press conference, at which he blatantly flaunted his personally lucrative tenure as Lerner’s no-account surrogate, probably cost Haslam a few more season-ticket renewals from Browns fans scratching to pay for boring football, out-dated music, cell-phone usage shutdown during games, and price-gouged beverages and parking.
Not only did Holmgren not apologize to Browns fans for his abhorrent work ethic, he shamefully invoked his wife’s bout with breast cancer (in 2001) as justification for keeping banker’s hours as president and de facto owner of a billion-dollar enterprise and Cleveland civic asset.
And he had the gall to lecture the media for being negative? Who preps him for these things?”
So don’t hold back Tony. Tell us how you really feel…
[Related: Holmgren says he was not offered a position]