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Everyone knows the headline by now. On Monday evening, after a plethora of disgusting & offensive emails were leaked, first by the Wall Street Journal, and later by the New York Times, Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden abruptly resigned, likely never to hold a significant position in or around the NFL ever again.
is joined by NBC's to discuss the aftermath of this seismic blow to one of the league's most storied franchises and iconic coaches. A few questions still linger: if the Raiders received these emails on Friday, why was this information sat on until the Times leaked it? What league figures could be implicated in future leaks?
Jon Gruden reveals more details from controversial emails, including vulgarity directed at Roger Goodell
The Raiders coach admits that he sent multiple controversial emails in 2011During an interview with ESPN, Gruden revealed that he used an inappropriate word to describe Goodell.
Charles & Michael discuss those issues as well as one more: why the NFL should be scared about how these email leaks may play into its ongoing legal troubles in St. Louis & Oakland after the Rams & Raiders respectively left town.
Later in the show, the guys talk about ESPN adding a wild card game to their Monday Night Football slate & Michael's unhealthy Madden obsession.
Video: Mike Mayock's news conference following Jon Gruden's resignation (NFL)
In the second half, Charles & Michael break down the three teams they're worried about most in the NFL & as well as the one NFC team every other squad should be afraid of in January. (41:35)
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Jon Gruden has resigned from the Raiders, shortly after the NYT published more excerpts from his past emails
Jon Gruden is leaving the Las Vegas Raiders. The Raiders hired Gruden from ESPN back in January 2018, and did so on a 10-year, $100 million contract. But he came under fire Friday when Andrew Beaton of The Wall Street Journal published one of Gruden’s past emails that was found in a NFL probe, which saw Read more The post Jon Gruden has resigned from the Raiders, shortly after the NYT published more excerpts from his past emails appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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Las Vegas Raiders interim coach Rich Bisaccia thanks Jon Gruden, looks to move team forward .
Following his first practice since taking over for Jon Gruden, longtime NFL assistant Rich Bisaccia emphasizes ideals of "diversity, inclusion, social justice."Bisaccia, a longtime assistant and special teams coach under Gruden with the Raiders and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, began his first news conference with a statement acknowledging the unusual circumstances.