Oakland Raiders set to sign Jon Gruden to landmark deal

Clyde Nash
January 6, 2018

According to Raiders report Steve Corkran, Jon Gruden is set to become the next head coach of the Raiders.

The date of the official announcement was first reported by RaidersSnakepit.com. He coached Oakland from 1998 to 2001 and has been working as an ESPN analyst as of late.

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Yes, that infamous Tuck Game, in which the Patriots defeated the Raiders 16-13.

Gruden, who began his head coaching career with the Raiders in 1998, will succeed Jack Del Rio, who was sacked following a season-ending loss to the Los Angeles Chargers that capped a disappointing 6-10 campaign.

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Oakland had previously traded Gruden to Tampa Bay for four draft picks after Gruden spent four seasons with the team.

ESPN's Adam Schefter later confirmed the report. During that time, the Raiders won two AFC West titles and advanced to the conference championship once. Carolina Panthers coordinator Greg Olson is expected to be Gruden's offensive coordinator and Cincinnati Bengals defensive coordinator Paul Guenther is a top candidate for Oakland's defensive coordinator position. He has a 95-81 career record. Both the league and the Fritz Pollard Alliance, the diversity group that works closely with the NFL on its minority hiring practices, say the Raiders complied with the rule.

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Per ESPN's Jim Trotter, the Raiders complied by interviewing tight ends coach Bobby Johnson and "an unidentified college coach" earlier this week. "We'll see what decision they make". Shell went 2-14 that season and was sacked after one year.

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