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Just about everybody and their grandmother is reporting the possibility of Jon Gruden being the next Dallas Cowboys coach in light of Jerry Jones hiring former Gruden satff members Monte Kiffin, Rich Bisaccia, Rod Marinelli and Bill Callahan. How could we not? Certainly would seem like Jones is clearing a big enticing path for Gruden to bolt his lofty gig at ESPN and mosey on down to Valley Ranch. But here comes a 'source' from the Dallas camp to put everything to rest, saying rumors linking Gruden to Dallas are "ridiculous." So do the rumors end there? Are we supposed to drop this now that this anonymous source has spoken one word? Not so sure about that. Gruden's ESPN colleague, Ron Jaworski said earlier this month that "[Gruden]s had numerous meetings that he's told teams he's not interested in certain jobs," he said. "There are jobs he's interested in, but no one at those teams has reached out to him, or they may even have a coach in place." We have a feeling this is not over. var switchTo5x=true; stLight.options({publisher:''});

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