NFL  > Cleveland Browns  > Mangini's bus ride angers Browns rookies
June 1, 2009, 10:53 AM
Cleveland Plain Dealer reporter Mary Kay Cabot firmly stands by her story that former Jets coach Eric Mangini really gave the Browns rookies no choice in the matter when they "voluntarily'' took a 10-hour bus trip to work at his charity football camp in Hartford, Conn., Saturday. The Browns are in damage control, saying Mangini, who'll ride the bus back with players, didn't twist the players' arms. But again, Cabot told me she spoke with agents and family members of the 19 players and all are livid. In fact, the league and NFLPA are reportedly looking into the matter to see if Mangini violated any rules.

Newark Star-Ledger

This reminds me of Gilligan's Island, only Kokinis is the new Skipper and Mangini is Gilligan. A 10-hour bus ride! LOL, and they wonder why no one wants to play there.

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