Tag:Cleveland Browns
Posted on: December 9, 2011 2:43 pm
Edited on: December 9, 2011 3:01 pm

Harrison likely fined, not suspended

Multiple NFL sources say Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison will likely receive a hefty fine but not be suspended.

This could always change -- these things are never set in stone -- but there are strong indications from a variety of sources that Harrison is due for a fine that could be extremely significant, I'm told. Considering Harrison's history it would not be shocking if the fine approached six figures.

Harrison's hit on Cleveland quarterback Colt McCoy was crown to crown, but McCoy lowering his head beforehand helps Harrison's case, I'm told. But with Harrison's history, and the fact he struck McCoy with crown of his helmet, will lead to a significant fine.

Posted on: January 7, 2009 5:43 pm

I was wrong...but Mangini?

I was wrong. I admit it. I'm a man. I'm 40.

I quoted NFL assistants saying fired New York Jets coach Eric Mangini might not get another job because of the Spygate scandal. Well, he's now coach of the Cleveland Browns.

I was wrong...but Mangini?

The Browns can't do any better than Mangini? A guy who was in charge of the Jets, a team that suffered one of the more historic collapses in recent league history and showed no guts or heart in the final leg of the season?

Mangini? Are you serious?

He's a Romeo Crennel clone. Same philosophy, same personality, same waistline.

Mangini? Really?


I'm going to enjoy watching the Browns justify this move. They really cannot. It's not justifiable when there is such an abundant amount of coaching talent out there.

I was wrong.

But Mangini?

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