The 2009 Cleveland Browns regular season is the first season in recent memories that has so many no-name, undrafted, late round, and/or practice squad players stepping up and making plays in games. It appears that Eric Mangini's "opportunity sessions" that occur after practice for younger players who need help learning plays and the system are panning out. These same after-practice sessions are the reason that promising rookie running back Jame Davis got injured and has missed the rest of the season, but NFL officials did come to the Browns Training Facility in Berea, OH and after reviewing the tapes ruled that the late sessions were in a controlled environment and there was no wrong doing. Mangini has said that while in New England with Bill Belichick and the Patriots, they also held thes ...
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