December 20, 2014

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Mangini will return for 2010 season

CLEVELAND — Browns coach Eric Mangini will return for the 2010 season, a Browns spokeman confirmed Thursday afternoon. ESPN’s Adam Schefter was the first to report the news Thursday afternoon, adding that new president Mike Holmgren told the coaching staff it would return, too. Mangini met with Holmgren briefly Tuesday and again Wednesday and Thursday. Read More…

Mangini’s fate? Still unknown

The Browns had nothing to report late Wednesday afternoon regarding president Mike Holmgren’s pivotal meeting with coach Eric Mangini. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported the meeting began at 2 p.m. "We don’t have any updates," team spokesman Neal Gulkis said. Holmgren said Tuesday he hadn’t made up his mind whether to keep Mangini, and that Mangini Read More…

Holmgren: No decision yet on Mangini

BEREA — New Browns president Mike Holmgren hasn’t made a decision on coach Eric Mangini. They met briefly Tuesday during Holmgren’s first day on the job, but have a longer meeting set for Wednesday. "That’s an important question for the organization," Holmgren said in his introductory news conference. "I met with Eric briefly, but not Read More…

UPDATE: Holmgren joining the Browns

Mike Holmgren finally said yes. The Browns announced Monday night that Holmgren agreed to become club president. He spent 17 years as an NFL coach, taking three teams to the Super Bowl, winning with the Packers in 1996. “We are pleased to announce that Mike Holmgren has agreed to join the Cleveland Browns,” owner Randy Read More…