Jon Gruden Speaks Out About Potential Return to Coaching

October 26, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Speaking at an event at Gateway Bank in Florida on Friday, former NFL head coach Jon Gruden said that he wants to return to coaching.
From the Ocala Star Banner's Carlos E. Medina:
While Gruden’s career as a broadcaster has been successful, he doesn’t deny that he would like to coach again.
“I haven’t lost a game in 3½ years,” he said. “But no, I would like to give coaching one more try.”
Gruden spent 11 seasons as a head coach, first with the Oakland Raiders and then the Tampa Bay Buccaneers . He compiled a 95-81 record (.540 winning percentage) and won a Super Bowl over the Raiders in his first season with the Bucs in 2002.
Current head coaches Mike Tomlin and Gus Bradley both worked under Gruden during his tenure with Tampa Bay.
But after starting the 2008 season at 9-3, the Bucs lost the last four games of the season and missed the playoffs. Gruden was fired after the season and hasn't returned...

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