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Browns 2009 Post-Minicamp Analysis

Article By on 22nd June, 2009

... about a month away, Browns head coach Eric Mangini has made one thing clear through offseason training activities and mini-camp—he is the man in charge in Berea.


When Mangini first accepted the head coaching job in Cleveland, he wanted to infuse a “team-first” attitude in Cleveland. He kept true to his word by trading an unhappy tight end in Kellen Winslow to Tampa Bay.


He then “won” personal disputes with disgruntled players Shaun Rogers and Josh Cribbs, sending them the message that “no one player is bigger than the team.”



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