Eric Mangini Autograph

Eric Mangini is a former American football coach who was born on January 19, 1971, in Hartford, Connecticut. He is known for his successful coaching career in the National Football League (NFL) where he worked as a head coach for two different teams – the New York Jets and the Cleveland Browns. Mangini started his football career in the NFL as a ball boy for the Cleveland Browns before eventually working his way up to become a successful coach. More about Eric Mangini

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In 1994, Mangini began his NFL coaching career as a ball boy for the Cleveland Browns. However, he worked hard to progress through the ranks and by 1996, he became an assistant coach for the Baltimore Ravens. Mangini’s career continued to rise as he worked as a defensive backs coach for the New England Patriots before being promoted to defensive coordinator in 2005. The following year, he became the head coach of the New York Jets after impressing in his previous roles. Mangini had a successful stint with the Jets, leading them to the playoffs in his first season as head coach.

After being fired from the Jets, Mangini was hired by the Cleveland Browns as their head coach in 2009. He spent two seasons with the Browns before being let go at the end of the 2010 season. Despite his brief stint with the Browns, Mangini played a key role in the development of several players who went on to have successful NFL careers. Later on, he worked as a consultant for a number of different teams, contributing his vast knowledge and experience of the game to help improve coaching staff and players alike. Read even more about Eric Mangini at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Eric Mangini

In total, we tracked 42 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Eric Mangini (Cleveland Browns Coach Eric Mangini Autographed Helmet) was sold in January 2010 for $152.51 while the cheapest item (ERIC MANGINI autograph NY JETS signed NFL 1-2353) found a new owner for $0.98 in June 2010. The month with the most items sold (4) was August 2008 with an average selling price of $9.99 for an autographed item of Eric Mangini. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in January 2010 with $152.51 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.98 was June 2010. In average, an autographed item from Eric Mangini is worth $9.99.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Eric Mangini were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnailCleveland Browns Coach Eric Mangini Autographed Helmet$152.51logo
thumbnailCleveland Browns Head Coach ERIC MANGINI Signed 8x10$2.50logo
thumbnailCleveland Browns helmet Authentic F/S Signed by Eric Mangini w/ C.O.A.$100.00logo
thumbnailERIC MANGINI Authentic Hand Signed Autograph 8x10 Photo - FORMER NFL COACH$2.25logo
thumbnailERIC MANGINI AUTO SIGNED FULL SIZE AUTHENTIC BROWNS HELMET PSA/DNA S79923 COA$80.00logo
thumbnailERIC MANGINI autograph NY JETS signed NFL 1-2353$0.98logo
thumbnailEric Mangini Autographed Photo! Authentic! Former Head Coach Of NY Jets! $9.99logo
thumbnailERIC MANGINI AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED OFFICIAL WILSON NFL FOOTBALL GO BROWNS COA$29.99logo
thumbnailERIC MANGINI signed *CLEVELAND BROWNS* 8X10 W/COA$19.95logo
thumbnailEric Mangini Signed Football Cleveland Browns COA$39.00logo
thumbnailERIC MANGINI SIGNED NEW YORK JETS 8X10 PHOTO$2.00logo
thumbnailEric Mangini Signed New York Jets Hat w/COA$17.99logo
thumbnailEric Mangini Signed NFL Football CLEVELAND BROWNS$19.99logo
thumbnailNEW YORK JETS Eric Mangini signed 8x10 Photo$5.00logo
thumbnailNFL GAME BALL AUTOGRAPHED ERIC MANGINI $69.00logo

Latest News about Eric Mangini

Eric Mangini: Giants face a ‘rough road’ in second year under Brian Daboll (06/06/23): Former NFL head coach Eric Mangini believes the New York Giants will face a "rough road" in the second season under Brian Daboll. Go to news article