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Mike Pereira is no fan of Jon Gruden, something he made clear Wednesday with a column that lambasted the former coach and current ESPN analyst for not knowing the rules.
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Jon Gruden’s name is once again being mentioned as a potential head coaching candidate in the NFL. A report from the San Diego Union-Tribune said Gruden could team with A.J. Smith in St. Louis as a GM-coach tandem should the Chargers fire Smith. If the Rams, who are likely to clean house, are considering Gruden, there is something they should know.
During the Seahawks-Rams Monday...
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ESPN analyst and former Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Jon Gruden could be back on the sidelines as early as next season.
Gruden has decided to return to coaching in 2012, and ESPN, which signed Gruden to a five-year, exclusive contract earlier this year, is already planning for his departure, the San Diego Union Tribune reports.
According to the Union Tribune's Kevin Acee,...
During Monday night’s game between the Falcons and Saints, as we were watching and waiting for Drew Brees to surpass Dan Marino’s all-time single-season passing yardage record, Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune dropped a bomb. Acee reported that Monday Night Football analyst Jon Gruden has decided to return to coaching in 2012, and…
PEREIRA HAMMERS GRUDEN: Former head of officiating and current Fox Sports analyst Mike Pereira has a reputation of being a voice of reason and a cool head when others are shouting about how had the officials on the field suck. But some things are so loud and infuriating that they can even crack the great Pereira’s calm exterior. Jon Gruden is one of those loud and infuriating...
Jeff Fisher and Jon Gruden are names at the top of the list.
Mike Florio talks with former Bucs QB Shaun King about the state of the Buccaneers’ organization, Raheem Morris’ future in Tampa Bay, and whether Jon Gruden will be a head coach in 2012.
Late Monday night, Florio posted on a report that Jon Gruden and A.J. Smith could be headed to St. Louis as part of a package deal to replace Steve Spagnuolo and Billy Devaney as coach and general manager. That report by Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune also offered some information about Spagnuolo’s possible…