The Browns are six regular season games into the Eric Mangini era and one thing is clearùMangini forgot to add formidable veterans to the mix. This may be a little harsh, but it is true.á Mangini purged his old stomping grounds for Eric Barton, David Bowens, Kenyon Coleman, C.J. Mosley, Abram Elam, Brett Ratliff, Jason Trusnik, and eventually Chansi Stuckey. Out of that group, Barton is the only one to make any type of impact and Elam has been left surrounded by a cloud of dirt and grass as the receivers fly past him. The tandem of Eric Mangini and George Kokinis also went out and drowned the 2009 Browns with the acquisitions of right-side of the line flame-outs such as John St. Clair and Floyd Womack.á These two have led an atrocious merry-go-round of right-side linemen who have allowe ...
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