Mike Holmgren Isn’t Only Rebuilding the Browns, He’s Rebuilding Eric Mangini Too

March 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Cleveland Browns president Mike Holmgren has come into Cleveland and put his stamp on the franchise by making trades, cutting popular players, and signing a few veterans, but one of the biggest changes that has been noticed at their headquarters in Berea, OH is the change in head coach Eric Mangini.
Mangini has been known as a tight-lipped, straight to the point with no emotion type of coach, which makes perfect sense since he is from the schooling of Bill Belichick.
Even this time last year with the Browns, Mangini was very vague with the media and he did not tip his hand in whatever the Browns were contemplating in the 2009 NFL Draft.
Now, one year later, we can look back and see the turmoil Mangini faced when he went from the most hated person in Cleveland to most liked. Of course, the addition of Holmgren helped Mangini get to the point he is at now, as well as a four-game winning streak to close out the 2009 season.
Mangini has been seen smiling in Cleveland.
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