Former Oakland Raiders and Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Jon Gruden, 53, has no interest in leaving his post with ESPN working on Monday Night Football and his job with the ahem Worldwide Leader Of Sports in his football camp for quarterbacks. Gruden was the former head coach of the Oakland Raiders from 1998-2001 and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 2002-2008 before he was employed by ESPN in 2009 to replace Tony Kornheiser who is one of the host of the ESPN talk show “Pardon The Interruption” with Michael Wilbon.I do not blame Gruden who telling ESPN talk radio show hosts Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic on Wednesday he has no intention of accepting the challenge of coaching either the Jacksonville Jaguars or the Los Angeles Rams who recently fired their head coaches Gus Bradley and Jeff Fisher respectively.Gruden should be happy working with ESPN on Monday Night Football and his football camp show since it is stressful enough having to coach any team in the National Football League during the 2017 football season.Of course when the regular football season comes to an end there will be a few head coaching vacancies on what is called Black Monday when a few to several head coaches in the league are terminated by their bosses.Gruden has one Super Bowl ring as the head coach of the 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl XXXVII in 2003 versus the Oakland Raiders.News source is USA Today and the image is courtesy of Pinterest.com
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