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With the Browns expected to search for a new head coach after the 2012 season, it seems Jon Gruden's name would surely surface.
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With Jon Gruden hotly rumored to be making a return to coaching, current coaches may be a bit hesitant to share info with a future adversary.
Jon Gruden won Super Bowl XXXVVII with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He was the youngest head coach to ever go all the way and win it.After he finished coaching, he took a gig with Monday Night football and became one of the best analysts in the game. Three years later, and it seems Gruden is ready to get back on the field.With that said, there are at least five teams in the NFL who...
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Is Jon Gruden hanging up his broadcast duties to return to coaching? ESPN Monday Night Football color commentator Gruden, who coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a Super Bowl title, is rounding up a coaching staff, according to rumors floating around the net…I’d love to see Chucky roaming the sidelines again, but I also really do enjoy him in...
It's no secret that most Eagles fans are ready to move on from Andy Reid. After 14 seasons, countless quarterback controversies, astronomical expectations and, oh yeah, ZERO championships, it seems time for a fresh start in the City of Brotherly Love.When asked about which coach they would prefer to see over Reid, fans immediately go for the cream of the crop. You'll hear...
Jon: WELCOME BACK TO GRUDEN TALK, THE TALK SHOW THAT DISCUSSES THE MOST IMPORTANT ISSUES OF THE DAY. IN CASE YOU MISSED IT, WE HAD AN ELECTION LAST WEEK. BANDLEADER HERM EDWARDS, DID YOU VOTE?
Herm: WHEN YOU REGISTER TO VOTE, YOU’RE ELIGIBLE. BUT I’M NOT REGISTERED.
Jon: WHY AREN’T YOU REGISTERED, HERM? EVEN JERRAMY STEVENS WAS REGISTERED TO VOTE AND HE’S A FELON.
Only a two or three regular season games left on the schedule for many teams. The coaching carousel is getting warmed up for the latest whirl.
In Tennessee where, um, clearer heads are mostly aware that they won’t get Kevin Sumlin, Urban Meyer, and of course Jon Gruden; that leaves speculating on who they can get. And to what lengths they are willing to stoop (they are also not...
Pittsburgh Steelers (5-3) vs. Kansas City Chiefs (1-7)
Kickoff: 8:30 p.m., ET
Site: Heinz Field (65,500) • Pittsburgh, Pa.
Playing Surface: Natural Grass
TV Coverage: ESPN (locally WTAE-TV, channel 4)
Announcers: Mike Tirico (play-by-play), Jon Gruden (analyst), Lisa Salters (sideline)
Local Radio: Steelers Radio Network WDVE-FM (102.5)/WBGG-AM (970)
The exhilarating suffering of Cowboys and Eagles fans, together in one convenient location. Today, the suffering of one will be compounded. The suffering of the other will be momentarily alleviated, though tinged with the knowledge that all that awaits them is further disappointment and frustration. Two teams enter, both teams cry.
It appears Andy Reid’s ham-fisted reign of terrible...