ERIC MANGINI RUMORS & GOSSIP

Eric Mangini is now over the Tight Ends in San Francisco; San Francisco makes changes

Today the San Francisco 49ers made some internal moves on the coaching staff. They moved Eric Mangini to Tight Ends coach and former TE Coach Reggie Davis to assistant O-Line Coach. mattbarrows Sources: 49ers plan to move Eric Mangini to tight ends coach this season. Former TE coach Reggie Davis to be asst oline coach. […]The post Eric Mangini is now over the Tight Ends in San...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
February 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Eric Mangini a candidate for Dolphins GM job if Ireland is fired?

Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald offers some names to keep an eye on with regards to the Dolphins general manager position should they elect to part ways with current GM Jeff Ireland. According to Salguero, former Jets and Browns head coach Eric Mangini is the No. 1 option for the Dolphins due to his relationship with Dolphins Owner Stephen Ross. Salguero adds that Ross planned...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
December 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Mangini's location helped him return to NFL

Eric Mangini landed his new job with the San Francisco 49ers in part because he never left Northeast Ohio after being fired as Browns head coach following the 2010 season. Over the last two seasons, the 49ers have not only been one of the NFL's best teams but also unofficially have been Ohio's third NFL team. In both 2011 and 2012, the 49ers spent almost a full week in Youngstown...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
June 05, 2013  |  Discuss
INTERESTING ADDITION

Niners hire Mangini as consultant

The 49ers have hired Eric Mangini, a former defensive coordinator, as an offensive consultant. See the reasoning behind the move.

Via Minus Twenty-Two
June 01, 2013  |  Discuss

Notes from Eric Mangini’s 2012 Hartford Football Camp for High Schoolers

Back in June I mentioned that I was in Hartford, Connecticut for Eric Mangini’s eleventh annual football fundamentals camp for high schoolers and that I’d write something up on the experience. As time passed before I had a proper chance to get to writing, I figured it was just well to wait until football season came back around so, here we are: For starters, read Zac Jackson’s...
Via Cleveland Frowns
September 12, 2012  |  Discuss

Eric Mangini Gives Back

One of the best things that happens anywhere happened in Hartford, Connecticut last weekend when over 700 high school football players, many from Hartford’s poverty ridden city schools, gathered at Eric Mangini’s alma mater, Bulkley High School, for the 11th annual football fundamentals camp hosted by the former Cleveland Browns head coach “I want kids to see that the other...
Via Cleveland Frowns
June 04, 2012  |  Discuss
SPY HARD

Mangini regrets turning in Pats

Current TV analyst Eric Mangini says he regrets turning in the Patriots for "Spygate" when he was head coach of the rival Jets.

Via Pro Football Zone
May 01, 2012  |  1 Comment

Revisiting the Eric Mangini Firing

Last week things got testy here on WFNY yet again when I brought up that I was tired of hearing the argument that detractors use to say Mike Holmgren is a hypocrite for firing Mangini for not winning enough.  I just wrote a small paragraph on it in a ranting fashion, and I don’t think it might have made the point, and possibly even came off a little antagonistic.  So, I thought...
Via Waiting For Next Year
January 09, 2012  |  Discuss
THE RETURN OF MANGENIUS?

PSU interested in Eric Mangini?

It is now being speculated that the Nittany Lions might be turning their sights on former NFL coach-turned-analyst Eric Mangini to take the reins of a program in complete and utter disarray.

Via Pro Football Zone
December 28, 2011  |  Discuss

Former Brown Says Mangini “was a bad head coach.”

Vince Grzegorek at Scene posted a quote yesterday from a former “player” for the Cleveland Browns, Nate Jackson. You don’t remember the tenure of Nate Jackson as a member of the Cleveland Browns? I am guessing I might be able to find him if I search old roster moves on NFL.com, but he doesn’t have any stats applied to his name since 2008. Apparently, though, he was on...
Via Waiting For Next Year
November 18, 2011  |  Discuss
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