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Mangini wants to make amends

Posted by Albert Breer  July 2, 2010 04:56 PM

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And he seemed grateful for that, too.

"Bill, to me, he's the best," Mangini said. "He called it in Cleveland, '20-20s'. Twenty years old, $20,000. The other term was 'PhD' -- Poor, hungry and driven. So he gets young guys, he puts you in operations or he puts you wherever, and then you show that you have value, and then he may bump you up to another department. You show you have value, he bumps you up, and then, you know, you either survive and rise or you get cut out."

Pretty good, in-depth story on Mangini in there by Florio. The only real punch pulled came in the Browns coach denying to talk about Spygate.

And there's more, too, from the magazine we'll be going over tomorrow.
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