Found January 12, 2013 on
Each time a coaching vacancy arises in either the NFL or college ranks, one of the first names associated with the opening is ESPN’s Jon Gruden. Gruden admitted this year that he would be willing to interview with any NFL that was interested, but currently, his brother Jay is fielding more calls from NFL teams than he is. So, is any team interested in hiring Jon Gruden this year?
There were two possible landing spots I thought that Gruden would wind up at. Dallas and San Diego. Dallas because of the high profile team, it’s one of the highest profile coaching jobs in professional sports. When Jerry Jones took to the airwaves days after the season ended and proclaimed changes were coming, I figured Jones would go after Gruden. Instead he fired Rob Ryan.
I also speculated that Jon Gruden to San Diego makes sense. He loves warm weather climates. He is a fan of California. He could likely get better production out of QB Philip Rivers. It’s a team that plays in a weak division, other than...
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Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Jon Gruden has stated that he is open to interviewing for a head coaching job in the NFL, but his younger brother is the Gruden family member receiving all the attention so far this offseason. Jay Gruden interviewed with the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday and according to reports, will now interview with the San Diego Chargers and the Philadelphia...
Jay Gruden became the latest candidate to interview for the San Diego Chargers' head-coaching job. The Cincinnati Bengals' offensive coordinator met with Chargers officials in San Diego on Sunday. "The Chargers are an excellent franchise," Gruden said, according to Chargers.com. "They've always been competitive. For a number of years they were near...
This head coach audition is already getting old for me--- but I should be more patient. Next up--- Jeff and Howie interview Jay Gruden, the NFL's version of Prince Harry compared to older brother William (Jon Gruden).
The team already has interviewed seven candidates since firing Andy Reid on Dec. 31, and has permission to speak to two other...
One of the Gruden brothers will interview with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Just not the people's choice.
The Eagles are scheduled to meet with Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden on Monday, continuing their slow search to replace Andy Reid.
Owner Jeffrey Lurie, general manager Howie Roseman and president Don Smolenski already have interviewed seven candidates since firing...