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BRISTOL, Conn. -- Jon Gruden agreed to a new contract with ESPN that keeps him in TV - and out of coaching - for the next five years. Gruden won the Super Bowl with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after the 2002 season and has been a popular name in coaching rumors since joining "Monday Night Football" in 2009. But the network said Monday he had a new deal for 2012-16. "I said I want to get good at this," Gruden said while preparing for the prime-time game at the Meadowlands between the Dolphins and Jets. "I was serious about this...
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There are several NFL as well as NCAA teams which would love to hire former Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Jon Gruden. That might be a little more difficult after this afternoon. ESPN has announced this afternoon that Gruden has been given a five-year contract extension with the “Worldwide Leader in Sports”.
Gruden released a statement this afternoon stating, “Our Monday...
It looks like we've got five more years of "this guy," "here's a guy" and "I call this guy." ESPN announced on Monday that it has agreed to a contract extension with Jon Gruden that will keep him on TV for the next five years. The biggest news to come of the announcement is that it likely means Gruden won't be snarling on NFL sidelines any...
Most of the decade will have come and gone by the time Jon Gruden‘s newly-extended Monday Night Football contract expires. Gruden has agreed to an “exclusive agreement” with ESPN to remain an analyst for Monday Night Football an additional five years, ESPN announced Monday. The extension kicks in with the 2012-13 season. This is Gruden’s third year as a Monday Night Football...
We can check Jon Gruden’s name off of the list of ex-coaches possibly returning to the sidelines — the only time we’re going to see Chucky will be on Monday nights.
According to ESPN.com, Gruden agreed to a new five-year extension with the worldwide leader in sports on Monday. The former Raiders and Bucs head man will stay put in the Monday Night Football broadcast booth alongside...
This is the Gates Of Heaven of football gifs. I’ve watched it about thirty times, and I’m still not to the bottom of it.
The moment, captured by way of Reddit and posted on Mocksession, depicts This Guy, Jon Gruden, as he attempts to overcome the very worst part of being white: not knowing which handshake to use, where the handshake is going or when it’s supposed to end...
I think everyone pretty much assumed Jon Gruden was just killing time in ESPN's Monday Night Football broadcast booth until another coaching gig came along. We may have to reassess that notion.
Two years ago, during his first season on Monday Night Football, former Raiders and Buccaneers coach Jon Gruden signed a contract extension. Touted as an “exclusive” deal, ESPN opted not to elaborate on what “exclusive” means, specifically as it relates to Gruden’s ability to leave ESPN to return to coaching. Now, another contract extension has…
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Jon Gruden agreed to a new contract with ESPN that keeps him in TV -- and out of coaching -- for the next five years. Gruden won the Super Bowl with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after the 2002 season and has been a popular name in coaching rumors since joining "Monday Night Football" in 2009. But the network said Monday he had a new deal for 2012-16.
BRISTOL, Conn. — Jon Gruden has agreed to a new contract with ESPN that would keep him in TV — and out of coaching — for the next five years.
Monday Night Football analyst and former Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Jon Gruden has agreed to an extension with ESPN that will keep him out of coaching for the next five years.
View the ESPN news release here.
Jon Gruden has agreed to a new contract with ESPN that would keep him in TV - and out of coaching - for the next five years.
On Monday, Jon Gruden signed a five-year contract extension to remain at ESPN. Fake Jon Gruden reflects upon the decision.
Unless it's reflectin' upon havin' learned at the feet of one of the NFL's all-time great coaches, or how I grew up a Cleveland Browns fan, or that I wudn't very good when I played football in college, or my seven times interviewin' for...
We’re not sure how many times ESPN’s Jon Gruden said this was pass interference on New York Jets CB Darrelle Revis. Frankly, we disagree and don’t care.Here’s the video: <iframe
width="420" height="315" ... [visit site to read more]VIDEO: Darrelle Revis 100 yard TD return - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.