• Jeffrey Lurie: Jon Gruden made it clear he won’t coach this year

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Jan 18, 2013
    But Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie says that talk didn’t come from Gruden himself. But while Lurie did not interview Gruden for the team’s head coaching vacancy, he did pick Gruden’s brain: Lurie confirmed that he asked Gruden’s opinion about Chip Kelly, and that Gruden told him he had attended an Oregon practice and came away impressed with the way Kelly runs his team. In fact, Lurie said today that when he reached out to Gruden, Gruden told him in no uncertain terms that he will remain ESPN’s Monday Night Football color commentator in 2013 and will not be a head coach. This will mark Gruden's third season with the Bengals. Gruden is staying in the booth. : With the Cardinals reportedly hiring Bruce Arians as their head coach, offensive coordinator Jay Gruden is staying with the Bengals. : If the Ravens want to run the ball, they have to find a way to block Patriots defensive lineman Vince Wilfork , according to The Baltimore Sun 's Mike Preston.
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