Cleveland Browns Minicamp: Eric Mangini Up to His Old Tricks as Camp Closes

June 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Let me say this, I like Eric Mangini as a head coach and he has done a remarkable job turning around the Browns.
I’m not talking about wins—they will come.
The changes I’m talking about have to do with the work ethic the team now has and the character on the team. The team now has  heart, and it’s 53 hearts beating as one.
At least that’s what I saw at the end of last season. I have no reason to expect anything different in 2010.
Eric Mangini is loyal to his coaches and players—he demands that in return. The Cleveland Browns have become a team the fans can be proud of both on and off the field.
Effort is never a question.
No divas on this team.
When Mike Holmgren took over as president of the Browns, he said the Browns would know who their quarterback was heading into training camp.
Holmgren said he does not like quarterback controversies.
That was great news to Browns fans who have become ti...

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