In many ways, Baltimore is where life took off for Browns coach Eric Mangini.
"I spent a year there in Baltimore for a season and I have a lot of positive memories," said Mangini, who worked as an offensive assistant/quality control coach for the Ravens in 1996 after coach Ted Marchibroda retained Mangini when the Browns were moved to Baltimore and became the Ravens.
"It was quite an experience to say the least," Mangini continued. "I met my wife there, got married there. I was there for that first draft when they drafted (tackle) Jonathan Ogden and (linebacker) Ray Lewis. I was actually on the phone with New York in the draft room for those picks. It was an exciting experience as a young guy."