I am just getting started with my full breakdown of Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Landry Jones, who was drafred in the fourth round of the 2013 NFL draft, but before doing so, I always like to see if I can find good videos of players talking football versus playing it in order to get a grasp of their IQ and football IQ. Below are three videos of Landry that you may or may not have...
Jon Gruden has been criticized for his easy-going commentary in the “Monday Night Football” booth, but he certainly showed his “Chucky” side when commenting on the Miami Dolphins’ selection of Dion Jordan at No. 3 overall in the NFL Draft on Thursday. Gruden, who is generally positive in his commentary, expressed many reservations about the Dolphins’ pick. “When I watch...
Will we see Jon Gruden on the sidelines for the Dallas Cowboys in 2014?
Is Jon Gruden set to be the next Dallas Cowboys head coach should Jason Garrett suffer through another year of mediocrity and disappointment?
Well, consider the facts and then you tell me.
After the bitter season-ending loss to the Redskins, which mired Jerry’s kids in a second consecutive 8–8 season, Jones...
If Jon Gruden is going to land his next NFL coaching gig, he'll have his peers to thank.
Appearing on Philadelphia sports radio Tuesday, Dick Vermeil weighed in on the Eagles' search for a head coach, recommending the Monday Night Football commentator.
"My choice would be Jon Gruden," Vermeil said, via Philly.com. "... I just think he's a helluva of...
According to Mike Florio of Profootballtalk.com, a source informed PFT that the former Super Bowl coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hasn’t stimulated any interest of the Cleveland Browns.Contrary to a report from the Cleveland Plain Dealerthat the Browns “might” pursue Gruden, a source with direct knowledge of the situation tells PFT that Gruden isn’t, and won’t be, on...
Jon Gruden will leave the Monday Night Football booth to
become the next head coach of the San Diego Chargers, predicts Daniel Jeremiah
of NFL Network.
Jon Gruden. This is the perfect opportunity for both
parties. Gruden gets a proven veteran quarterback in Phillip Rivers and a
decent amount of authority in player personnel, while the Chargers get a
big-name headline grabber...
WHICH WAY IS IT?
Despite insisting that he is happy with his role on Monday Night Football, Jon Gruden reportedly will begin interviewing with NFL teams for head coaching positions.
According to Hub Arkush of ProFootballWeekly.com, via Dan Bernstein of CSNChicago.com, the Oakland Raiders are talking with Jon Gruden about a possible return.
. @hub_arkush of @profootballwkly just told @boers_bernstein that Jon Gruden and the #Raiders are in talks to bring him back to Oakland.
— Dan Bernstein (@dan_bernstein) December 4, 2012
This is a very interesting development...
Just when you think you've heard the most insane story ever when it comes to hiring a college football coach, something comes along to blow that one out of the water. In this case, it's a story where the University of Tennessee may be ready to make an offer to Jon Gruden to come to Knoxville by offering him something big. Ownership in the Cleveland Browns.
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.