CLEVELAND -- Browns coach Eric Mangini can't seem to escape from New York.
The NFL is investigating Mangini's role in the Jets' failure to list quarterback Brett Favre's arm problem on injury reports last season. Mangini coached the Jets during Favre's one season in New York before he was fired after the team collapsed down the stretch.
Last week, Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum admitted the club should have listed Favre, who had a torn biceps tendon, as "probable" on the injury report for the last four or five games. Favre said the Jets knew of the injury, which required offseason surgery.
Spokesman Greg Aiello said Mangini's actions will be examined as part of the league's inquiry.
"Since he was head coach of the Jets at the time, we are reviewing his role in the situation as part of the overall review," Aiello said in an e-mail response to The Associated Press.
On Monday, commissioner Roger Goodell said he expects to rule on the matter this week. The Jets and Mangini could be subject to a fine.
Mangini said he has always abided by the league's guidelines for injury reports.
"That was true there [New York]. It's true here," Mangini said. "It'll be true every week of the season and that's how we approach it."
Goodell said the Favre case is an opportunity to stress that all teams must abide by the injury report rules.
"We establish policies. They're to be followed. And all 32 clubs are going to be held accountable for that and, unfortunately, when someone violates it, the other 31 know that," he said.