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Mangini's Djini Is Out Of The Box: Depth Chart

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Mangini's Djini Is Out Of The Box: Depth Chart
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Just like when you were a youngster and waited up all night for the Final Exams result, here is Eric Mangini Browns depth chart after first week of training camp.

Hank Fraley is the No. 1 center

Mike Furrey the No. 2 receiver.

Derek Anderson and Brady Quinn are listed as co-starters.

The o-line starters are Joe Thomas, Eric Steinbach, Fraley, Floyd Womack and John St. Clair.

The tight end is Robert Royal.

On defense, Corey Williams and Kenyon Coleman are the starting ends, David Bowens and Kamerion Wimbley the outside linebackers.

Mangini stated he didn't spend a lot of time arranging the depth chart.

My question for Mankok is did you do a squad evaluation prior to the the 2009 NFL draft, because the WR picks look wasted; the browns have too many developmental WRs, a mistake made by former GM Phil Savage.

Putting aside the fact that Mankok chose a non-skill non-impact Offensive center in early twenties, when centers are rarely chosen in the first round, and now he s not starting out of the gate like Steve Everitt did.

Robiskie and Massaquoi who cant beat out a veteran WR from a 0-16 team is more a concern, when you consider that they could have taken Rey Maualuga and Phil Loadholt, to strengthen areas of utter weakness.

Once again the Browns have gone for the passing game in a tough AFC North, when they could have taken two players who would have added "steel" to their squad.

Mangini is gonna rue those 2 WR picks

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