NFL News: Jon Gruden To Be Next Cincinnati Bengals Offensive Coordinator

February 3, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Both ESPN and the Cincinnati Enquirer are reporting that Gruden—Jay Gruden that is—will take over as the offensive coordinator of the Cincinnnati Bengals, replacing the recently departed and embattled former OC Bob Bratkowski.
The younger brother of the more famous Jon Gruden, Jay originally hails from Tampa Bay, Florida (older brother Jon has the deeper Ohio roots having been born in Sandusky, Ohio, outside of Cleveland).
Jay is coming over from the Arena Football League, where he played two seasons for the Orlando Predators after a six-year hiatus from playing days which originally began with the the now defunct Barcelona Dragons (2001) of the World Football League followed by the AFL's Tampa Bay Storm (1991-96).
Jay's coaching experience includes being an offensive coordinator and head coach in the AFL, Offensive Assistant under his brother Jon for seven seasons for the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Offensive Coordinator, Head Coach and General Mana...

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