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00:20  27 august  2019
00:20  27 august  2019 Source:   golfdigest.com

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When asked about the Raiders' regression on defense, coach Jon Gruden said good pass rushers are hard to find. How many sacks does Mack have for the season? When asked about the Raiders' struggles to get to the opposing quarterback, coach Jon Gruden replied with what we already know.

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When the Raiders were announced as this year's Hard Knocks team, we expected fireworks, and so far the silver and black have delivered. Antonio Brown popsicled his feet and refused to wear a helmet while Jon Gruden has been in vintage form. But this year, the ol' ball coach has expanded his oeuvre from wise-cracking soul-eater to actual on-field menace, as evidenced by this latest clip of him terrorizing his own quarterbacks in the backfield, chasing them around while shouting things like "JAILBREAK" and "ORANGE HAHA!"

Now we know why Gruden was so comfortable getting rid of Khalil Mack last summer. He knew he had a secret pass-rush weapon: Himself. And before you laugh, just imagine the man nicknamed after a homicidal doll sprinting at you as has fast as his little legs will allow while shouting "BOO YA!" at the top of his lungs. You won't sleep for a week let alone get to your third read, especially if your name is Nathan Peterman, who is already carrying around more psychological baggage than Andrew Luck. (Too soon?)

Jon Gruden: Antonio Brown ‘all in’ with certified helmet

Jon Gruden: Antonio Brown ‘all in’ with certified helmet Antonio Brown wore a certified helmet Tuesday during Oakland Raiders walk-throughs, and head coach Jon Gruden declared the receiver is now “all in.” Reporters spotted Brown with the helmet after practice, which had been closed to the media. Antonio Brown walking to the locker room with a…well, you see it. pic.twitter.com/3wjVeARvOH — Scott Bair (@BairNBCS) August 20, 2019 Afterward, Gruden confirmed it was a certified helmet and that “he’s all in. Ready to go,” noting he doesn’t think Brown’s feet are an issue any more. Gruden said Antonio Brown used a certified helmet today. “He’s all in. Ready to go.

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Raiders head coach Jon Gruden said they'll take a "good look" at the pass rush issues. That ' s it. The entire game. Gruden ' s defense didn't come close to sniffing Jared Goff in the second half. The third-year quarterback could have knitted a sweater while completing passes he had so much time in

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Perhaps the most impressive part of all this, though, is Gruden admitting to Derek Carr after the drill that he was doing his best Howie Long impression on a less-than-100% hammy. Not too shabby for a 56-year-old who has spent the last half decade gorging on ESPN cafeteria meatloaf...

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Jon Gruden is the NFL's most terrifying pass-rush force

Watch: Browns fan falls off top of van during tailgate in terrifying moment.
We don't have to describe the sheer beauty of football fans around the country tailgating in celebration of the NFL's long-awaited return. However, what recently transpired on Sunday at a Cleveland Browns pre-game party is genuinely difficult to watch. A fan was standing atop a van when he appeared to lose track of his surroundings and came crashing to the ground. WARNING: it was a nasty-looking landing as the man unfortunately had nothing to brace his fall. YOOOOO!!!! ? pic.twitter.com/fpXCcMRlPR— NFL Memes (@NFL_Memes) September 8, 2019 Horrific.

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