Jon Gruden turned down the Indianapolis Colts coaching offer

Welcome to another edition of the Never Say Never Again version of the National Football League coach stories.  Former Oakland Raiders and Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Jon Gruden denied reports that Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay contacted him to become the head coach of his football team.ESPN.com reporter Adam Schefter reports on his Twitter account on Saturday that Jim Irsay did speak to Gruden to leave his work at ESPN as a football commentator for their Monday Night Football games but Gruden politely told Irsay he is happy working with the Worldwide Leader In Sports (laugh out loud) and he does not plan to leave the Disney owned network to become a head coach again.Words of advice is simply when an owner of a football team gives his coach his vote of confidence like Irsay gave his current head coach Chuck Pagano he would return to coach the Colts in 2017, he decided to take a chance to get Jon Gruden back into coaching in the National Football League once again.It remains to be seen if Gruden decides to enter the head coaching ranks in the near future or is happy seeing the game from the broadcast booth like I have taken the road of writing Wordgirl fan fictions to a handful of her fans on Devianart and Archive Of Our Own instead of writing scripts for W G Ventures which was a pain in the rear end since their view of my original characters the Isthmus Sisters was different as night and day.News source is Yahoo! Sports.com and the image is from Pinterest.com

Source: Jon Gruden turned down the Indianapolis Colts coaching offer

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Online journalist and cartoon fan of Word Girl, Justice League of America, Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and old school super heroes.
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