I feel really good about the things we did in New YorkBrowns introduce Mangini as coach Jan 08, 2009
Kris is a productive player who is stout at the point of attack and has the ability to rush the passerJets obtain Carolina DE Kris Jenkins Feb 29, 2008
If you're not contributing on a regular basis that makes it hard to be active consistentlyJets cut fullback Darian Barnes Nov 28, 2007
I talked to Chad, I talked to Kellen and I talked to the teamJets turning to Clemens at quarterback Oct 29, 2007
We identified Kimo as a tough, smart, physical, versatile player who contributed to a Super Bowl winnerJets sign DL Kimo von Oelhoffen Mar 21, 2006
Eric Mangini (born January 19, 1971 in Hartford, Connecticut) is the former head coach of the Cleveland Browns and New York Jets of the National Football League.
Mangini was a linebacker at Bulkeley High School in Hartford, Connecticut.
Mangini played nose tackle at Division III Wesleyan University and holds the school's single-season (11.5) and career (36.5) sacks records. During the second semester of his junior and senior years, he coached the Kew Colts, a semi-professional football team in Melbourne, Australia, to two regional championships. Mangini joined the Chi Psi Fraternity that coaching mentor Bill Belichick, a Wesleyan alumnus, was part of two decades earlier.