Sports Gruden affair! Bucs also pull the emergency brake
Barber's success an impressive ride since struggles as youth
HENDERSON, Nev. (AP) — Las Vegas halfback Peyton Barber introduced himself to Raiders fans with a dominating performance Sunday. At some point, it may be good to introduce himself a bit more to his coach, Jon Gruden. “I hardly know this guy, but I gave him a big hug and a game ball,” Gruden said after Barber compiled 143 yards of total offense and scored a touchdown in Las Vegas’ 31-28 overtime win over Miami. Considering the struggles Barber overcame when he was younger, and the fact most of them fuel his drive as a football player, Gruden might be impressed.
after the email affair Around Jon Gruden, the NFL will not get to rest. Now the Tampa Bay Buccaneers also react and draw a dramatic consequence.
Next Act in Scandal around Jon Gruden! Only a few days ago, Gruden had resigned from his office as a Raiders coach after the e-mail scandal was known (More NFL team attracts consequences from e-mail scandal ).
Now distance the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from their former success coach and remove the 58-year-old from their Buccaneer's Ring of Honor. Only in 2017 was the head coach with its merits around the franchise the admission was honored in the Ring of Honor.
Jon Gruden used racist trope in 'appalling' 2011 email about NFL union head DeMaurice Smith
Raiders coach Jon Gruden used a racist trope to describe union head DeMaurice Smith in a 2011 email, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal.In the email, which was sent during the 2011 lockout, Gruden wrote that: "Dumboriss [sic] Smith has lips the size of michellin [sic] tires.
"The Tampa Buch Buccaneers have been based on targeted changes in the field of racial relationships, gender equality, variety and inclusion," explained the franchise in a statement and added: "While we have Jon GruDen's contributions to the Recognizing the playing field, contradict his actions our basic values as an organization. Therefore, he will no longer be a member of the Buccaneer's Ring of Honor. "Test
Gruden, who was the Buccaneers from 2002 to 2008, led the franchise in Super Bowl XXXVII (2003) for the first title of Bucs and defeated the Raiders yet in the final in Oakland, which he previously from 1998 to 2001 Trained and where in his second term of the e-mail scandal to his outward throw from the Bucs honor ring led.Everything about the NFL on SPORT1.DE
Opinion: Jon Gruden email saga provides important lesson on NFL hiring process .
Raiders owner Mark Davis had his eye on Jon Gruden for years. Davis now will need a more equitable process to find a replacement, Jarrett Bell writes.And in his rush, Davis essentially wiped his feet on the Rooney Rule designed to facilitate a fair and open process, in theory, for minority candidates to compete for head coach vacancies.