BEREA, Ohio -- Eric Mangini says he doesn't have a gut feeling about whether new Browns president Mike Holmgren will keep him as Cleveland's coach.
Mangini said he has not yet scheduled his meeting Holmgren, who was set to arrive Monday evening from Arizona to take over the team's football operations.
Mangini finished his first season in Cleveland with a four-game winning streak.
Mangini said he's proud of the progress he's made with the Browns (5-11), who concluded their season with a 23-17 win over Jacksonville, giving Cleveland its longest winning streak since 1994.
Mangini said he will not approach his meeting with Holmgren like a job interview.
"I have a job and I'm proud of the job that we've done," he said.
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