31 Dec 2005
This is, uh, curious to say the least. As one Browns fan wrote me in an email:
"Um.... What the [redacted] is going on here? Didn't they just hire this guy less than a year ago? Did his philosophy suddenly change, or were they somehow unaware of it when they gave him the keys to the franchise?
[The fact that 'the Browns also have had discussions with Mike Keenan about taking a position in their business operations'] worries me. Somehow I doubt it's Mike Keenan, the Larry Brown of hockey coaches, but the way this team's been run that would hardly surprise me at this point. Hey, he led the Rangers to the Cup in '94, maybe he can get the Browns to the Super Bowl! Sigh. Although I guess I'd still rather have him than Millen."
When in doubt, just compare your team's GM to Matt Millen and everything doesn't seem quite so dire.
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Aaron Rodgers is the best quarterback in the NFL, and should be the highest-paid. We can all agree on that. But this guest column by Kevin Kolbe explains why salaries for other quarterbacks are all out of whack.