How Do You Feel About This?

2005 -

Romeo Crennel – Browns defensive coordinator – 2000

New England Patriots defensive coordinator – 2001 – 2004

Browns head coach – 2005 – 2008 (record 24-40, with ten wins coming in 2007 alone)

Phil Savage – Browns intern/scout/personnel evaluator – 1991 – 1994

Baltimore Ravens front office – 1995 – 2005

Browns GM – 2005 – 2008

2009 -

Eric Mangini – Browns assistant/coffee fetcher – 1995

New England Patriots defensive coordinator – 2005

New York Jets head coach – 2006-2008 (regular season record: 23-25, 0-1 postseason)

George Kokinis – Browns intern – 1991

Baltimore Ravens director of pro personnel – 2003 – ?

Possible Browns GM

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  • Jeff

    Obviously I don’t feel good about that.  Who could possibly feel good about that?

    I did some number crunching on how coaches do in their second NFL job as compared to their first.  Aside from Bill Belichick and Tony Dungy, the answer is that they’re about the same.  So unless you think Mangini is the next one of them, expect a lot of 8-8 or so.

  • keith maxwell

    I no longer live in cleveland, but there is no way to purge myself from being a fan of the sorry Browns! That being said, Eric Mangini? Please say it aint so. Another fat, overpaid underachiever is not what Cleveland needs. Why not try a thin guy who at least has the discipline to push himself away from the table! You never know, but at least a guy who looks professional on the sidelines might help our “discipline-free” team to at least train and play like they give a hoot!!!!!!!!!!!