Jon Gruden Inking $100 MILLION Contract ... To Coach Raiders

Posted January 06, 2018

It looks like Jon Gruden will return to once again be the head coach of the Oakland Raiders after being out of coaching for 10 years, reports.

Gruden, now the color commentator on ESPN's "Monday Night Football", will be officially introduced as Oakland's new head coach on Tuesday, according to multiple reports.

Gruden will replace former Raiders coach Jack Del Rio, who was sacked Sunday after a disappointing six-win season.

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Gruden last coached in the National Football League in 2008 with the Buccaneers, whom he led to a Super Bowl title in 2002.

He amassed a 57-55 record in seven seasons as Tampa Bay's coach.

Rumors surrounding Gruden and coaching jobs have been swirling for years, but if all goes according to plan, he will be announced on Tuesday. After leading the Raiders to 8-8 records his first two years, Gruden helped the team reach the AFC title game following the 2000 season and got Oakland back into the playoffs the following season. Overall, Gruden is 95-81 in 11 seasons. 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.

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Gruden, who was hired by ESPN in 2009, reportedly already has made some key hires to his coaching staff.

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