As the city of Cleveland holds its breath awaiting the impending news if Lebron James is going to stay or if he is going to go, old time friend Eric Mangini would like to mend fences with Bill Belichick at some point. Mangini spoke with Pro Football Talk recently and I quote, "He and I haven't really talked," Mangini told Florio. "When I talk about him, he was my mentor. He taught me everything, and I respect him tremendously. That's not (BS). That's how I feel. I hope at some point, we'll be able to sit down and talk about things and get back to a better relationship. It's not there right now, but at some point, things have a tendency to roll back." Mangini has a better chance of seeing Gotti forgive Jimmy the Bull than he does seeing Belichick extend the olive branch to mend ways. Is he crazy? Has he not forgotten about Spygate and the damage that he caused leading to the Patritots getting fined and losing a first round draft choice? How about having great players who bled their hearts out for years under your tutelage questioned if the Super Bowl rings that they own were derived from cheating or from hard work and dedication. No thanks Judas, stay in Cleveland and help build a winning tradition like you did in New York, I am sure that Bill can't wait till week nine to see you this year and repay the favor. Can't wait for that hand shake.