Jon Gruden was notably bad at using the coach's challenge

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Jon Gruden says there is a "good chance" he would accept a return as Oakland Raiders head coach but conceded he does not know if he will be offered the position. Lewis said the Bengals would like Guenther back, but his contract is up, and it appears Guenther will likely serve as Jon Gruden's coordinator in Oakland, though Gruden has yet to officially be hired.

Minutes after the Raiders fell to the Los Angeles Chargers, 30-10, Del Rio, the Raiders head coach, was told by owner Mark Davis that he wouldn't be back next season. I think we'll all know, but I appreciate Adam's and Chris' (Schefter and Mortensen) confidence that I have a chance in getting that job. Reports are that Davis' son and current owner and managing general partner Mark Davis ready to break the bank to lure the mastermind back to the sidelines and is even prepared to dangle a piece of ownership to get him.

"They played my brother (Jay) on Monday Night Football once too, so there will be some awkward moments and we're probably going to laugh a little bit about it, but that'll be cool", Gruden said. "It's terrible nice of them". ESPN reported Saturday that the Raiders would pursue Gruden, perhaps with an offer that would include an ownership stake in the franchise.

If Gruden and the Raiders do manage to come to an agreement on a deal it could be the end for Lynch and his posse of undisciplined thugs whose act won't be tolerated by Gruden. "There's no validity to that at all". None. Zero. That's a nice segment I saw, but no ownership, that's for sure.

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"He told me he loved me and appreciated all that I did, but felt like we weren't going in the right direction", Del Rio said.

Gruden abandoned his respectable tone when he took on Smith, however. "I'm relying on the integrity of Reggie and Mark Davis to have done that". "Not unless he's coming out of pocket with his own money and investing and they vet you and let you in". It should not be allowed. Guenther was with the team since 2005.

On Wednesday, former National Football League executive Mike Lombardi added another potential staffer to the list - Cowboys special team coach Rich Bisaccia, who was Gruden's special teams coach during his time with the Buccaneers.

Papa added that Gruden, who was the Raiders' coach from 1998 to 2001 before being traded to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, will have to clean up his language in dealing with the deeply religious Carr.

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