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Sat, 01 Jun 2013 18:44:43 -0700
The San Francisco 49ers have hired former NFL head coach and ESPN analyst Eric Mangini as an offensive consultant. He will look to find weaknesses in opposing defenses.
Wed, 15 May 2013 07:55:22 -0700
The San Francisco 49ers are talking to former head coach Eric Mangini about a consulting position.
Fri, 25 Jan 2013 15:32:06 -0800
Updating previous reports, the New Orleans Saints are more interested in former Kansas City Chiefs head coach Romeo Crennel for their defensive coordinator position than they are in former New York Jets head coach Eric Mangini.
Fri, 25 Jan 2013 12:53:19 -0800
The New Orleans Saints are expected to consider former Kansas City Chiefs head coach Romeo Crennel and former New York Jets head coach Eric Mangini as candidates for their defensive coordinator position.
Fri, 25 Jan 2013 12:05:40 -0800
The New Orleans Saints are saying that they are in no rush to fill their defensive coordinator position. Former head coaches Romeo Crennel and Eric Mangini are possibilities for the job, but Mangini said he has not been contacted by any teams yet.
Fri, 25 Jan 2013 11:24:07 -0800
Former Kansas City Chiefs head coach Romeo Crennel and former Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini could be options to fill the New Orleans Saints' defensive coordinator position.
Wed, 02 May 2012 06:16:28 -0700
Former NFL head coach Eric Mangini said he regrets turning in the New England Patriots back in 2007 over their videotaping scandal. "If there is a decision I could take back, it's easily that decision," Mangini said. "Never in a million years would I have wanted it to go this way. It's disappointing whenever it comes up. It's regret, it's disappointment, it's all of those things. Because I know what it took to win those Super Bowls, and I have so much respect for the people that were involved there. I'm disappointed that this is what it's translated into."
Wed, 19 Oct 2011 12:31:43 -0700
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has been talking with former NFL head coach Eric Mangini on a regular basis to get Mangini's opinion on the Dolphins. However, Mangini would not be a candidate to become an interim head coach if head coach Tony Sparano were fired during the season and Mangini would not be a candidate if the team made a head coaching change during the offseason.
Sat, 22 Jan 2011 10:05:18 -0800
Updating previous reports, Eric Mangini, former head coach of the Cleveland Browns, is a candidate for the Tennessee Titans' defensive coordinator position, reports Jim Wyatt, of The Tennessean. However, the two sides have not discussed a contract thus far. It appears the Titans will take their time to make a decision. Head coach Jeff Fisher, according to sources, is expected to talk to a number of candidates during the coming week. Jim Mora Jr., Clancy Pendergast (University of California), and Gregg Williams (currently with the New Orleans Saints) could be options, or the team could look to promote assistant head coach Dave McGinnis to defensive coordinator. There is also a situation that could see Fisher handling the defensive play calling himself.
Fri, 21 Jan 2011 17:03:08 -0800
Former Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini is considered a serious candidate for the Tennessee Titans vacant defensive coordinator position, a source told Albert Breer, of NFL Network.
Fri, 07 Jan 2011 13:09:46 -0800
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross was scheduled to meet with former Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini but the meeting has been canceled, sources told Jeff Darlington, of The Miami Herald. Dolphins sources said Ross did not want to interview Mangini for their head coaching job but did want pick his brain because of his familiarity with the AFC East.
Mon, 03 Jan 2011 07:14:03 -0800
The Cleveland Browns have fired head coach Eric Mangini, the team announced Monday, Jan. 3, according to James Walker, of ESPN.com.
Mon, 03 Jan 2011 07:10:14 -0800
Cleveland Browns players said they are behind head coach Eric Mangini and hope that he returns in 2011, according to the Akron Beacon Journal. "We're not far (away)," WR Joshua Cribbs said. "We are playing for an offensive-minded coach. Holmgren is here, his essence is here, he's making changes. Coach Mangini has done a lot in the defensive scheme. I think (Holmgren) can allow himself to keep Mangini and still be effective. That's two great football minds there." LB David Bowens added the players have Mangini's back. "We always have his back,'' Bowens said. "It's not up to us who stays and who goes. It's out of our pay grade. We love Eric to death. Unfortunately, sometimes the coach gets all the blame."
Sun, 02 Jan 2011 14:05:45 -0800
Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini is scheduled to meet with team president Mike Holmgren Monday, Jan. 3, to discuss his future with the team, reports The Associated Press.
Tue, 28 Dec 2010 08:30:47 -0800
Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini has received vocal support from players who want him to remain as head coach, according to Mary Kay Cabot, of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. "Yeah, he has all the intangibles," CB Sheldon Brown said. "He learned from one of the best (Bill Belichick). Obviously he knows the plan. It's not his fault when we give up touchdown passes, throw interceptions and fumble." FB Lawrence Vickers said the players are not only playing for each other, but for Mangini. "We want to keep fighting for our coach," Vickers said. "That's the type of coach that he is, and that's how we've kept playing. Hey, he coached us to finish, and that's what we're trying to do. I want to walk out of here with my head held high and I know the other guys do, too."
Sat, 18 Dec 2010 11:09:25 -0800
Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini's future with the team may depend on how he does in the last three games of the season, reports Mary Kay Cabot, of The Cleveland Plain Dealer. The Browns would like Mangini pick up the in Week 15 against the Cincinnati Bengals and have solid outings against the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers in the last two games. Team president Mike Holmgren said he will not address Mangini's status until after the season.
Thu, 16 Dec 2010 08:12:32 -0800
Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini said Thursday, Dec. 16, that QB Colt McCoy (ankle) will start in Week 15 and for the rest of the season, according to CBSSports.com.
Tue, 02 Nov 2010 13:18:57 -0700
Cleveland Browns president Mike Holmgren hinted that a decision on head coach Eric Mangini's future will not come until after the 2010 season, according to ESPN.com's James Walker.
Fri, 01 Oct 2010 08:50:42 -0700
Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini said he will likely make a decision late Saturday Oct. 2, on who will be the team's starting quarterback for Week 4, according to Nate Ulrich, of the Akron Beacon Journal.
Thu, 19 Aug 2010 13:33:45 -0700
Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini said the team's starters will play through the first half of the team's preseason game Saturday, Aug. 21, reports Tony Grossi, of The Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Sat, 12 Jun 2010 04:43:33 -0700
Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini said he will forbid fighting in minicamp following a fight in practice Thursday, June 10, according to Steve Doerschuk, of the Canton Repository. "We shut that down," Mangini said Friday, June 11. "We're not going to do it." Mangini said he addressed the fight with the team after practice. "There's plenty of chances for a guy to show how tough he is," Mangini said. "That's not one of them." Mangini cited the potential for injury in a fight and the danger of penalties if a retaliation mentality is carried into games.
Sun, 16 May 2010 07:12:54 -0700
Cleveland Browns team president Mike Holmgren once again reiterated he will not be coaching the Browns, reports Marla Ridenour, of The Beacon Journal. "Brian Daboll is the offensive coordinator, Eric Mangini is the head coach. I am around to cheerlead and to encourage and help in any way I can. But I am not coaching the football team. I am not," Holmgren said.
Tue, 23 Mar 2010 08:49:24 -0700
Tony Grossi, of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, reports Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini said the trade of LB Kamerion Wimbley to the Oakland Raiders for a third-round draft pick was partly done to create an opportunity for another trade. "It's not that we didn't like Kam or didn't think he was doing good things," Mangini said. "It's just that having that pick (No. 75 overall) allows us to have just some more versatility. It's difficult to part with a character guy (like Wimbley). I really like Kam. I really do. It wasn't a function of wanting to move him. It was more of a function of where do we have depth? Where can we trade to give us some more ability to address other areas?" The Browns now own five selections in the first 87 picks in the NFL Draft.
Fri, 19 Feb 2010 08:54:35 -0800
Steve Doerschuk, of the Canton Repository, reports Cleveland Browns president Mike Holmgren said head coach Eric Mangini has asked him to help out with the team's quarterbacks. Holmgren said he will not be on the field coaching but will give Mangini observations and suggestions regarding the quarterbacks.
Mon, 11 Jan 2010 20:18:05 -0800
Tony Grossi, of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, reports Cleveland Browns president Mike Holmgren said head coach Eric Mangini will have less authority on selecting players. However, he will maintain control over his coaching staff and is not on a one-year trial.
Thu, 07 Jan 2010 12:10:57 -0800
Adam Schefter, of ESPN, reports Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini has been informed that he and his coaching staff will return for the 2010 season.
Thu, 07 Jan 2010 10:22:59 -0800
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini is unlikely to keep his job when team president Mike Holmgren announces a decision on his future Thursday, Jan. 7.
Tue, 05 Jan 2010 14:00:24 -0800
Updating a previous report, ClevelandBrowns.com reports Cleveland Browns president Mike Holmgren will meet with head coach Eric Mangini Wednesday, Jan. 6, and a decision on his future is expected to be made by the end of the week.
Tue, 05 Jan 2010 08:18:39 -0800
ESPN.com reports Cleveland Browns president Mike Holmgren is expected to meet with head coach Eric Mangini Tuesday, Jan. 5.
Mon, 28 Dec 2009 15:40:39 -0800
Mary Kay Cabot, of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, reports Cleveland Browns president Mike Holmgren said he will meet with head coach Eric Mangini at some point next week and will then decide on whether Mangini will return in 2010.
Mon, 21 Dec 2009 08:43:40 -0800
ESPN.com reports former NFL RB Jim Brown, an executive advisor to Cleveland Browns owner Randy Lerner, said head coach Eric Mangini should return in 2010. Brown believes the team is improving with "a lot of young people who we don't know who are playing good football."
Tue, 15 Dec 2009 09:30:12 -0800
Chris Mortensen, of ESPN, reports Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini's future with the team would be in jeopardy should Mike Holmgren join the organization. Holmgren, according to sources, would like to have his future clarified by Christmas.
Tue, 15 Dec 2009 07:33:22 -0800
Pat McManamon, of the Akron Beacon Journal, reports former head coach and executive Mike Holmgren met with the Cleveland Browns Monday, Dec. 14. Holmgren is discussing joining the Browns as the team's football leader. Holmgren will spend Tuesday, Dec. 15, meeting with the team as well. Holmgren would guide the ship in Cleveland. His input and thinking would be the guiding force in the hiring of a general manager and in the future of head coach Eric Mangini.
Sat, 12 Dec 2009 06:05:59 -0800
The Associated Press reports Cleveland Browns WR Josh Cribbs said he hopes head coach Eric Mangini is retained for next season and that firing him would be a mistake. "It takes time to build," Cribbs said. "To give a football coach one year to turn a football team drastically around is not possible. You don't expect a coach to come in right now and win. To get rid of coach Mangini, I don't think would be a good decision for our organization. To start rebuilding all over again, this will be three different head coach regimes in the past (three) years. Who would want to come coach here knowing if they don't win right away they're gone?"
Sat, 12 Dec 2009 05:32:36 -0800
The Associated Press reports Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini said he is convinced his system is taking hold. Although the Browns have struggled this season with just two wins, Mangini believes the team will start winning in the future. "I believe in what we do," Mangini said. "I know it works. I know it's going to work here. I know we're going to win a lot of games here. I know we're going to have a team week in and week out the city is going to be proud of. These are good guys, working toward the same goal. That to me is the essence of winning."
Mon, 23 Nov 2009 21:15:40 -0800
Tom Withers, of The Associated Press, reports Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini believes the Detroit Lions faked some injuries to slow down the Browns' no-huddle offense Week 11. Mangini noted the Lions had several players leave the field injured, only to return. Mangini was asked if he was accusing the Lions of faking injuries. Mangini said, "I'm just saying there were a lot of them." Lions head coach Jim Schwartz said, "He's way out of bounds on that. That couldn't be further from the truth. Both teams were running no huddle, and the officials did a very good job of standing over the ball, so there was no need to do that." According to the official play-by-play, there were six different instances when the Lions had players leave the game with injuries. Each player returned to the game.
Mon, 23 Nov 2009 13:42:58 -0800
Tom Withers, of The Associated Press, reports Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini implied during his press conference that Detroit Lions may have faked some injuries in Week 11 to slow down the Browns' no-huddle offense. Mangini pointed out that the several of the Lions injured players were able to return to the game.
Wed, 18 Nov 2009 06:43:11 -0800
Jeff Schudel, of The News-Herald, reports Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini's job is safe, team owner Randy Lerner wrote in an e-mail response Tuesday, Nov. 17. There has been speculation that Mangini could be fired should the Browns lose to the Detroit Lions in Week 11. "I plan on sticking with Eric," Lerner wrote in his response.
Sat, 14 Nov 2009 07:06:15 -0800
The Associated Press reports Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini defended the way he runs his practices following comments made by RB Jamal Lewis in which he said Mangini overworks his players. Mangini maintains his practices are not any longer or more physical than ones he's conducted in the past. "I feel good about the way we practice, the time we practice," Mangini said. "Two hours of work on the field is a very reasonable time. The only time that practices are extended is if we don't execute something the right way."
Wed, 11 Nov 2009 07:29:31 -0800
Rich Cimini, of the New York Daily News, reports New York Jets LB Vernon Gholston's lack of progress in his pro career is not a surprise to some in the organization. Gholston was not a popular draft pick, as opinions in the team's draft room were mixed on him. However, the team selected Gholston in the draft because then-head coach Eric Mangini lobbied hard for him. "That one's on Eric," according to a source.
Wed, 04 Nov 2009 11:51:06 -0800
Mary Kay Cabot, of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, reports Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini said he will have input on who will be the team's next general manager. Mangini said the team can finish the rest of the season without a general manager.
Tue, 03 Nov 2009 09:17:50 -0800
CBSSports.com reports Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini said he would be open to a new general manager taking final personnel decisions out of his hands. "I'm never in opposition to someone who can help us achieve that (goal of winning and improving)," Mangini said.
Mon, 02 Nov 2009 08:36:48 -0800
ESPN.com reports Cleveland Browns owner Randy Lerner said he is sick about the state of his team, currently sitting at 1-7, but he will not make a head coaching change. Lerner told the Cleveland Plain Dealer and Akron Beacon Journal he will not fire Eric Mangini during the team's bye week. Lerner did say he would like to bring in a "strong, credible, serious leader" to help run his team.
Tue, 27 Oct 2009 08:59:32 -0700
Mary Kay Cabot, of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, reports Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini said he wants the offense to incorporate the wildcat more often in the coming weeks. The team used the wildcat only once in Week 7, with WR Josh Cribbs gaining one yard. "I think that we probably could have used it more than we did," Mangini said. "That's the type of package that I'd like to - not like to - we're going to have up each week. In terms of what the percentage will be, that'll change weekly..."
Mon, 26 Oct 2009 16:26:31 -0700
CBSSports.com reports Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini denied he is keeping QB Brady Quinn on the bench to prevent Quinn from triggering an escalator clause in his contract. The clause could cost the team up to $11 million.
Wed, 21 Oct 2009 08:35:37 -0700
The Associated Press reports Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini said 12 players are home with flulike symptoms and he plans to adjust his practice Wednesday, Oct. 21. Mangini said he'll make sure his players get more rest and the team is taking precautions to make sure others don't get sick.
Thu, 08 Oct 2009 11:15:39 -0700
Stephanie Storm, of the Akron Beacon Journal, reports Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini said he has no problems starting rookie WRs Mohamed Massaquoi and Brian Robiskie in a game if they earned the opportunity.
Mon, 21 Sep 2009 19:59:36 -0700
Aaron Wilson, of the National Football Post, reports Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini did not deny a report that he fined a player $1,701 for failing to pay for a $3 bottle of water at his hotel room. Mangini reportedly fined a player an identical figure for not paying for a movie charged to a hotel room. In a statement distributed by the team, Mangini said, "The rules are set up to make sure we can operate as effectively as possible. They're clearly laid out, they're clearly explained, expectations are explained. I don't ask anybody to do anything that anybody else in society isn't asked to do; that normal, mature people aren't to do."
Sun, 20 Sep 2009 21:05:27 -0700
CBSSports.com reports Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini dodged questions of a quarterback controversy after QB Brady Quinn struggled against the Denver Broncos Week 2. Mangini said, "I'm looking to play better across the board. The offense had nothing to do with the two long defensive plays (in the second half)."
Wed, 16 Sep 2009 11:59:20 -0700
Adam Schefter, of ESPN, reports the NFL has fined the New York Jets $75,000, Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum $25,000 and Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini $25,000 for their involvement in not placing QB Brett Favre on the injury report last season even though he was injured.