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January 18, 2006
Good morning --Eric Mangini-- Congratulations, but remember the Jets' protocol: You, not the club, decide when you want to quit as coach.
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By Sam Farmer, Tribune Newspapers | January 2, 2011
The 49ers' Mike Singletary was shown the door, and the Panthers have announced John Fox is out after Sunday's finale, but they certainly won't be the last NFL coaches to go. In fact, it seems there are more coaches on the hot seat in this season of remarkable competitive balance than in years when the line is more distinct between good teams and bad. Embattled coaches do have a bit of an advantage with all the labor unrest because...
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By From Sun staff and news services | January 26, 2009
Ravens pro personnel director George Kokinis has been hired as the Cleveland Browns' general manager, reuniting him with new coach and close friend Eric Mangini. Kokinis, who began his NFL career as an intern in the Browns' operations department in 1991, was picked by Mangini, who recommended him to Browns owner Randy Lerner. Mangini took over as Cleveland's coach Jan. 7, just one week after he was fired after three seasons with the New York Jets. Determined to match a coach and GM who can work well together after the relationship between Romeo Crennel and Phil Savage failed, Lerner is teaming up a pair of friends who shared an apartment when they first broke into the NFL. Terms of the deal weren't immediately known.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | December 22, 2010
Peyton Hillis' relevance to the NFL began in Week 3 when he gashed the Ravens for 144 yards on 22 carries, 36 receiving yards on seven passes and one rushing touchdown. About 1,000 yards and 10 touchdowns later, the Cleveland Browns running back still has his share of doubters - including a couple of Ravens. "A blind cat will find a meal every once in a while," 11-time Pro Bowl inside linebacker Ray Lewis said Wednesday as the Ravens prepare to visit Cleveland Browns Stadium Sunday.
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By ROCH KUBATKO | January 22, 2006
I've finally realized, after all those subtle hints from my bosses, that I'm in the wrong profession. So I hereby submit my resignation from The Sun so I can pursue an NFL coaching job. Hey, it's not like I need previous experience. That might hold me back. The trend these days is to hire guys who are brand new to the position. The more raw, the better. That's how I eat my steaks. I never imagined it would be a good approach to take with my career. Mike McCarthy (Green Bay Packers), Eric Mangini (New York Jets)
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | February 10, 1997
The Ravens added an assistant coach to their staff yesterday and appear to be closing in on a deal to trade offensive tackle Tony Jones to the Denver Broncos.Richard Mann, who started his NFL coaching career with the Baltimore Colts in 1982 and was the receivers coach for the New York Jets the past three years, has accepted a position with the team as an offensive coach, according to vice president of player personnel Ozzie Newsome.Mann will replace tight ends coach Pat Hill on the staff, but Newsome said his duties haven't yet been defined.
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By From Sun news services | December 31, 2008
Mike Shanahan became the latest and most stunning victim of the NFL coaching purge, fired yesterday by the Denver Broncos after a late-season collapse kept the team out of the playoffs for the third straight year. Shanahan joined Eric Mangini, Rod Marinelli and Romeo Crennel in the unemployment line after going 24-24 over the past three seasons, including three straight losses to end this season that turned a three-game division lead into an 8-8 record. Despite that, and the 52-21 loss to the San Diego Chargers that ended Denver's season Sunday night, this was a shocker: the ouster of a man who coached the Broncos for 14 seasons and brought two Super Bowl titles to a city yearning for a championship and was considered by many to be "coach for life."
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN REPORTER | January 7, 2007
The Ravens' offensive line appears to be getting back to full strength. Right guard Keydrick Vincent returned to practice for the first time in eight days since aggravating a strained groin, and left offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden made an appearance on the practice field for the first time since spraining his left big toe nearly three weeks ago. Although Ogden worked out with trainer Bill Tessendorf while the rest of the team participated in drills during...
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By From Sun news services | January 8, 2009
Eric Mangini is the new head coach of the Cleveland Browns, a week after being fired by the New York Jets. A person with knowledge of the negotiations told the Associated Press that Mangini will be introduced today at a news conference at the team's headquarters in Berea, Ohio. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because Mangini's contract had not been finalized. Mangini reached an agreement on a four-year deal with the club yesterday, the person said. Mangini is represented by agent Ron Shapiro, who is Mangini's father-in-law.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | December 25, 2008
Eleven months ago, the Jacksonville Jaguars' season ended with a loss to the New England Patriots in an AFC divisional playoff game, but prospects of another successful season - and maybe even a berth in the Super Bowl -weren't far-fetched. That memory seems eons ago now. The Jaguars are limping to the new year with one win in their past six games and a 5-10 record. A victory against the Ravens on Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium might be a salve for a team frustrated by the season's disappointments.
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By From Sun news services | November 13, 2009
Mike Singletary didn't exactly hand it to his old team. That didn't matter: Jay Cutler handed the desperate San Francisco 49ers a much-needed win. Frank Gore ran for 104 yards and a touchdown, Cutler threw a career-high five interceptions, with his last coming in the end zone on the game's final play, and San Francisco ended a four-game losing streak by beating the Chicago Bears, 10-6, on Thursday night. Niners quarterback Alex Smith won for the first time in eight starts since Week 2 in 2007, 17-16 against the St. Louis Rams - but it was interesting until the end. After Singletary decided to punt against his former team on fourth-and-6 from the Chicago 34 with 2:53 left, Cutler drove the Bears to the San Francisco 12 with 13 seconds remaining.
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By From Sun staff and news services | January 26, 2009
Ravens pro personnel director George Kokinis has been hired as the Cleveland Browns' general manager, reuniting him with new coach and close friend Eric Mangini. Kokinis, who began his NFL career as an intern in the Browns' operations department in 1991, was picked by Mangini, who recommended him to Browns owner Randy Lerner. Mangini took over as Cleveland's coach Jan. 7, just one week after he was fired after three seasons with the New York Jets. Determined to match a coach and GM who can work well together after the relationship between Romeo Crennel and Phil Savage failed, Lerner is teaming up a pair of friends who shared an apartment when they first broke into the NFL. Terms of the deal weren't immediately known.
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By From Sun news services | January 8, 2009
Eric Mangini is the new head coach of the Cleveland Browns, a week after being fired by the New York Jets. A person with knowledge of the negotiations told the Associated Press that Mangini will be introduced today at a news conference at the team's headquarters in Berea, Ohio. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because Mangini's contract had not been finalized. Mangini reached an agreement on a four-year deal with the club yesterday, the person said. Mangini is represented by agent Ron Shapiro, who is Mangini's father-in-law.
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By From Sun news services | December 31, 2008
Mike Shanahan became the latest and most stunning victim of the NFL coaching purge, fired yesterday by the Denver Broncos after a late-season collapse kept the team out of the playoffs for the third straight year. Shanahan joined Eric Mangini, Rod Marinelli and Romeo Crennel in the unemployment line after going 24-24 over the past three seasons, including three straight losses to end this season that turned a three-game division lead into an 8-8 record. Despite that, and the 52-21 loss to the San Diego Chargers that ended Denver's season Sunday night, this was a shocker: the ouster of a man who coached the Broncos for 14 seasons and brought two Super Bowl titles to a city yearning for a championship and was considered by many to be "coach for life."
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | December 25, 2008
Eleven months ago, the Jacksonville Jaguars' season ended with a loss to the New England Patriots in an AFC divisional playoff game, but prospects of another successful season - and maybe even a berth in the Super Bowl -weren't far-fetched. That memory seems eons ago now. The Jaguars are limping to the new year with one win in their past six games and a 5-10 record. A victory against the Ravens on Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium might be a salve for a team frustrated by the season's disappointments.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN REPORTER | January 7, 2007
The Ravens' offensive line appears to be getting back to full strength. Right guard Keydrick Vincent returned to practice for the first time in eight days since aggravating a strained groin, and left offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden made an appearance on the practice field for the first time since spraining his left big toe nearly three weeks ago. Although Ogden worked out with trainer Bill Tessendorf while the rest of the team participated in drills during...
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By Sam Farmer, Tribune Newspapers | January 2, 2011
The 49ers' Mike Singletary was shown the door, and the Panthers have announced John Fox is out after Sunday's finale, but they certainly won't be the last NFL coaches to go. In fact, it seems there are more coaches on the hot seat in this season of remarkable competitive balance than in years when the line is more distinct between good teams and bad. Embattled coaches do have a bit of an advantage with all the labor unrest because...
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By From Sun news services | November 13, 2009
Mike Singletary didn't exactly hand it to his old team. That didn't matter: Jay Cutler handed the desperate San Francisco 49ers a much-needed win. Frank Gore ran for 104 yards and a touchdown, Cutler threw a career-high five interceptions, with his last coming in the end zone on the game's final play, and San Francisco ended a four-game losing streak by beating the Chicago Bears, 10-6, on Thursday night. Niners quarterback Alex Smith won for the first time in eight starts since Week 2 in 2007, 17-16 against the St. Louis Rams - but it was interesting until the end. After Singletary decided to punt against his former team on fourth-and-6 from the Chicago 34 with 2:53 left, Cutler drove the Bears to the San Francisco 12 with 13 seconds remaining.
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By BILL ORDINE and BILL ORDINE,SUN REPORTER | May 1, 2006
One axiom about any NFL draft is that its overall quality and the ultimate winners and losers will not be known for three or four years. However, what can be said for this year's draft is the team that approached it with the greatest commitment toward the long term was the New York Jets, who selected two of the best available offensive linemen with their two first-round selections. While the weekend dramas revolved around the Houston Texans' decision to make defensive end Mario Williams the No. 1 pick over running back Reggie Bush and the three-way comparisons among the top quarterbacks, the Jets laid the foundation to be a consistent competitor in the AFC East.
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By ROCH KUBATKO | January 22, 2006
I've finally realized, after all those subtle hints from my bosses, that I'm in the wrong profession. So I hereby submit my resignation from The Sun so I can pursue an NFL coaching job. Hey, it's not like I need previous experience. That might hold me back. The trend these days is to hire guys who are brand new to the position. The more raw, the better. That's how I eat my steaks. I never imagined it would be a good approach to take with my career. Mike McCarthy (Green Bay Packers), Eric Mangini (New York Jets)
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