Mike Holmgren has already seen enough to know he likes running back Jerome Harrison, who totaled 570 yards (5.0 average) and five touchdowns in the final four games, trailing only Kansas City's Jamaal Charles' 658 yards in that span.
Harrison finished with a team-high 862 yards (4.4 average) and notched the third-best rushing day in NFL history with 286 yards at Kansas City.
''I love him as a player,'' Holmgren said of Harrison, in his fourth season. ''I thought what he did at the end of the season was remarkable. The teams Cleveland played knew that's kind of how it was going to go and they still got it done; 286 yards: is that what he had in that one game? That's a lot of yards.
''When it gets cold and you can have a good running game and can control the clock, it's nice to have a guy you can give the ball to like that.''