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February 21, 2003
PAUL J. MANGINI, 76, died at his home in Palm Beach Gardens, FL on Thursday, February 13, 2003. Paul was born in Camden, NJ, raised in Saxonville, MA and lived his adult life until retirement in Baltimore. For more than 30 years, he supported his family as a sales rep selling components to the major electronic manufacturers in the mid-Atlantic region. He learned early in life that it's easier to do business with your friends and he made friends of all his customers. If Paul believed in you, he made you believe in yourself.
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By From Sun news services | January 8, 2010
Indianapolis Colts coach Jim Caldwell plans to use former Raven Matt Stover during the playoffs instead of four-time Super Bowl winner Adam Vinatieri , regarded as the best clutch kicker in NFL history. Caldwell explained his decision Thursday, saying Vinatieri had not fully recovered from midseason surgery on his kicking knee, and that Stover had done a "great job" since joining the team in October. "I think the concern was health issues or whatever," Vinatieri said.
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By Traci A. Johnson and Traci A. Johnson,Staff Writer | September 19, 1993
Former Taneytown City Manager Joseph A. Mangini Jr. is now supervising the municipal affairs of a city in Charles County.On Friday, Mr. Mangini completed his first week of work in Indian Head, a city on the Potomac River in the Washington metropolitan area."
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By From Sun news services | January 6, 2010
Mike Shanahan agreed Tuesday to become the coach of the Washington Redskins, the latest step in a major overhaul of a troubled franchise. Shanahan's decision to join the team was confirmed to the Associated Press by an official within the NFL. The official spoke on the condition of anonymity because the team was not commenting on its coaching search. The Redskins announced that they would hold a news conference today, although they did not say why. The deal with Shanahan is for five years, The Denver Post reported on its Web site.
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By Traci A. Johnson and Traci A. Johnson,Staff Writer | August 11, 1993
Taneytown City Manager Joseph A. Mangini Jr. was fired for undisclosed reasons Monday night during a closed session after the city's monthly council meeting."
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By Greg Tasker and Greg Tasker,Staff writer | March 22, 1992
Taneytown City Manager Joseph A. Mangini Jr. has taken his place at the table in the council's meeting room.And he's been on the job seven weeks already.But Friday evening was the first formal opportunity Taneytown residents had to meet their new manager. Mangini succeeded Neal W. Powell, who retired."We wanted to give (residents) an opportunity to meet the city manager," said Mayor Henry Reindollar, who along with his wife, Dean, attended the open house at City Hall. "We're very pleased with him. Things are going very well."
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By From Sun news services | January 9, 2009
Introduced as the Cleveland Browns' coach yesterday, Eric Mangini stepped to the podium and his football life flashed before him. This is where it all began. "I feel like I should be getting some coffee or picking up some towels or something," the former Browns ballboy joked. Mangini, fired by the New York Jets after their season finished with a December nose dive, took over the rebuilding Browns, completing a personal and professional career circle that started with him running errands in the early 1990s as an underling for then-Cleveland coach Bill Belichick.
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By From Sun news services | March 25, 2009
NFL owners passed four player safety rules for the 2009 season Tuesday in Dana Point, Calif., and adjusted the calls on the kind of tackle that injured New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in the 2008 opener. Defenders who are knocked to the ground no longer can lunge into quarterbacks if the play is still going on. Kansas City Chiefs safety Bernard Pollard did just that on the hit that ended Brady's season almost before it began, and NFL officiating director Mike Pereira placed such plays in the player safety category.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun reporter | September 14, 2007
When Brian Billick was hired by the Ravens in 1999, he seemed to fit the stereotype of what NFL general managers were looking for in a head coach. He had been working in the league for nearly two decades and had been offensive coordinator of the Minnesota Vikings for six seasons. He was 44 years old and considered one of the game's up-and-coming coaching stars. When Billick looks across the field at M&T Bank Stadium Sunday afternoon during his team's 2007 home opener, he will see what many consider to be the face of the NFL's coaching future.
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By Anne Haddad and Amy L. Miller and Anne Haddad and Amy L. Miller,Staff writers | January 22, 1992
Taking the city manager job here means Joseph A. Mangini Jr.'s family is moving to the city."My family is looking for more of a city-oriented area with a McDonald's and a Pizza Hut, which we don't have here," he said by phone from his home in Rock Hall, Kent County, where he had been the city manager. "We have to travel into Dover, Del., to do most of our shopping."Mangini, 41, accepted the council's offer Monday night after a closed-door meeting in which the members rated him their first choice over three other finalists.
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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 news services | March 25, 2009
NFL owners passed four player safety rules for the 2009 season Tuesday in Dana Point, Calif., and adjusted the calls on the kind of tackle that injured New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in the 2008 opener. Defenders who are knocked to the ground no longer can lunge into quarterbacks if the play is still going on. Kansas City Chiefs safety Bernard Pollard did just that on the hit that ended Brady's season almost before it began, and NFL officiating director Mike Pereira placed such plays in the player safety category.
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By Jamison Hensley and Mike Preston and Jamison Hensley and Mike Preston and,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com and mike.preston@baltsun.com | January 12, 2009
There are indications that Ravens defensive coordinator Rex Ryan could be the leading candidate for the New York Jets' head coaching job. According to a league source, the Jets revealed their level of interest when owner Woody Johnson and general manager Mike Tannenbaum traveled to Baltimore to speak to Ryan. ESPN reported this weekend that the favorites to replace Eric Mangini were Ryan, Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer and New York Giants defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo.
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By From Sun news services | January 9, 2009
Introduced as the Cleveland Browns' coach yesterday, Eric Mangini stepped to the podium and his football life flashed before him. This is where it all began. "I feel like I should be getting some coffee or picking up some towels or something," the former Browns ballboy joked. Mangini, fired by the New York Jets after their season finished with a December nose dive, took over the rebuilding Browns, completing a personal and professional career circle that started with him running errands in the early 1990s as an underling for then-Cleveland coach Bill Belichick.
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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 STAFF AND NEWS SERVICES | January 5, 2009
Ravens' Kokinis, Browns to talk about GM job nfl Browns owner Randy Lerner will interview Ravens director of pro personnel George Kokinis for the club's general manager position, a meeting that could clear the way for Cleveland to hire fired New York Jets coach Eric Mangini. The Browns received permission to speak with Kokinis after the Ravens advanced in the AFC playoffs with a 27-9 win at Miami yesterday. Kokinis has served in his current position for the past six seasons. But nothing has been scheduled, a source told the Akron Beacon Journal, as Lerner continues to explore all options.
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By Traci A. Johnson and Traci A. Johnson,Staff Writer | April 20, 1993
You can recognize a Baltimore Orioles fan by the orange-and-black bird emblazoned on everything they have, from bumper stickers to beach towels.But how can you tell if someone loves the city of Taneytown?Enter Tuscurora Taney the Otter."I think it would kind of give the city a little pizazz," said City Manager Joseph A. Mangini Jr. of the city mascot he's proposed. "I'm looking into public relations, getting more people interested in the city of Taneytown."Mr. Mangini recommended to the City Council that Taneytown should adopt a flag and a mascot to promote the city.
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By KEN MURRAY | September 21, 2008
Blowout blues If the Rams get blown out in Seattle today, coach Scott Linehan might not make it to Week 4. The Rams have been outscored 79-16 and rank last in the NFL in offense and defense. They've lost six in a row and 15 of their past 18 games. What's more, they haven't run an offensive play in the red zone this season. And last week, new owner Chip Rosenbloom promised changes if things don't improve soon. Mixed identity Coach Eric Mangini wanted the Jets to become a running team this season but then skewed the plan by trading for Brett Favre.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun reporter | September 14, 2007
When Brian Billick was hired by the Ravens in 1999, he seemed to fit the stereotype of what NFL general managers were looking for in a head coach. He had been working in the league for nearly two decades and had been offensive coordinator of the Minnesota Vikings for six seasons. He was 44 years old and considered one of the game's up-and-coming coaching stars. When Billick looks across the field at M&T Bank Stadium Sunday afternoon during his team's 2007 home opener, he will see what many consider to be the face of the NFL's coaching future.
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