Morning Brew: New Browns Coach, Rush Filming in Cleveland, Snow, and Grinches

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Good morning, Cleveland. Here's some stuff to read while you hire that kid down the street to clear your driveway for you.

— Some say Eric Mangini is on the hot seat. And then there's everyone who's right. Sorry, kids, but Mangini's going to be around next year. That's not going to stop everyone from continuing the speculation that Jon Gruden's on his way to Cleveland at some point, something his son seemed to give credence to during an interview when, asked about his father's coaching future, he said, “They were talking about going to San Francisco, but that’ll probably be in the next two years . . . or maybe Cleveland.” (ProFootballTalk.com)

— So, that snow? Yeah, it's going to keep coming. (NewsNet5)

— Rush is coming to Cleveland and will be filming that show for a DVD. (Trib Today)

— If kids don't need cash at school because the district is going paperless, that means they won't get beat up by bullies, right? (

— It's basically the worst karma ever if you steal from a family who had their home destroyed by a tornado and were literally just getting ready to move into their new house. (19 Action News)

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