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Mike Holmgren

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I ain't expecting any Seahawk love in here, but I have to tip my hat to Mike Holmgren. Temporarily retiring from the NFL as the current winningest head coach. 10 seasons in Seattle, 7 in Green Bay, 5 in San Fran as an assistant, 5 at BYU, the guy coached high school football for 10 years! Basically has spent his entire adult life coaching at some level or another! All the best in your retirement and I'm sure we'll see you back in some role or another in 2010! Future Hall of Famer, my vote is yes!

the bike the players bought as a thank you!

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Jim Mora Jr coaching next year=Seahawks welcoming Holmgren back with open arms in 2010.

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homgren is a classy guy, and a damn good coach.

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