BEREA, Ohio -- Browns president Mike Holmgren is not committing to staying the rest of the season to work with new owner Jimmy Haslam.
Holmgren is stepping down after three years in Cleveland. He said Tuesday he would like to help Haslam and incoming CEO Joe Banner in their transition, but doesn't know if that will be possible.
Holmgren says his only regret during his tenure was "not winning enough games."
Holmgren said working for the Browns and former owner Randy Lerner was "my last great adventure. I just thought it would be longer."
The Browns are 10-29 with Holmgren as president.
The 64-year-old Holmgren did not rule out a return to the sideline. He coached Green Bay and Seattle to the Super Bowl.
The Associated Press