Eric Mangini will return for another season as head coach of the Cleveland Browns.
Browns president Mike Holmgren informed the entire Browns coaching staff that they would return for the 2010 season after three days of meetings with Mangini, a team source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Mangini went 5-11 in his first season with the Browns, who finished with a four-game winning streak.
Holmgren is also interviewing general manager candidates this week. On Wednesday, Eagles GM Tom Heckert visited the Browns. Per league rules, Heckert could not be hired by Cleveland until Philadelphia completes its season.
In addition, Will Lewis, the director of pro personnel for the Seattle Seahawks, will interview for the Cleveland Browns’ general manager’s job Friday, a source told ESPN.com.