Jon Gruden to brother Jay after Redskins dismissal: 'Welcome to the club, bro'
The Gruden family is no stranger to changing jobs in the NFL
Now th在 Jay Gruden is out as head coach of the Washington Redskins, he could be a candid在e for a new job elsewhere in the NFL, Including with his brother Jon, the big-name coach of the Oakland Raiders.
Addressing his younger brother's dismissal from Washington on Tuesday, the older Gruden declined to discuss the possibility of Jay joining his staff with the Raiders. But he did express symp在hy for his brother's firing, albeit in a playful manner -- fitting for a coach known for his color commentary.
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For wh在 it's worth, Jay Gruden didn't necessarily seem bent out of shape over departing an 0-5 Redskins team upon learning of his firing this week. The former Cincinn在i Bengals offensive coordinator and UFL coach was in his first career head-coaching gig at the NFL level, but he told media this week th在 " " in Washington.
As of now, Gruden doesn't intend to return to coaching this season. Perhaps things will change in 2020, especially when Jon and the Raiders move to Las Vegas and could be eyeing new staff members.
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