Good Morning, Broncos fans! At some point, we have to start feeling badly for Browns fans right?
Granted, they surely don't want any pity from Broncos Land, but this is just getting so ridiculous.
According to Mike Freeman, one of Jimmy Haslam's recent moves was to try and hire the 72-year-old Bill Parcells to take over his laughingstock franchise.
Meanwhile, the Plain Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot reports that clashes between CEO Joe Banner and GM Mike Lombardi are what prompted Haslam to fire them both.
Our old buddy Josh McDaniels is also featured heavily in Cabot's report, in a twisting and kind of pathetic way.
Cabot says that Haslam and Lombardi wanted to hire Josh, but that Banner wasn't on board with the idea.
Of course, McDaniels pulled his name from consideration not long after he interviewed. At the time, it was reported that he either didn't find the job to his liking, or was unhappy about not being the perceived frontrunner for it.
Well, according to Cabot, McDaniels called the team within 24 hours of having pulled his name, only to tell them he wanted back in.
And like noted dickhead Greg Schiano, Josh's candidacy was apparently supported vociferously by Bill Belichick.
Cabot adds that McDaniels was in the running for the gig right to the very end.
As for Lombardi, it's now being reported that he may end up in New England, reunited with Belichick, with whom he had worked in Cleveland back in the 90s.
What's next? We figure we'll hear that Haslam wants Brett Favre to be his quarterback in 2014...
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So, a bigot who spends his free time surrounded by other bigots doesn't think Sam will be welcomed in the NFL? Shocker.
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