While the Oakland Raiders targeted, and landed, Jon Gruden to be their new coach, it appears as though they also interviewed USC offensive coordinator Tee Martin for the position.
Gruden has been with ESPN since 2009, mostly working as part of the Monday Night Football broadcast. "What a great way to send you off".
Questions about Gruden's "control" should be answered tomorrow when the Raiders introduce Gruden at team headquarters in Alameda. He led the Buccaneers to the Super Bowl title over Oakland the following season.
Rams head coach Sean McVay has often said how Gruden has been a mentor throughout the course of his young coaching career, especially considering Gruden hired McVay right out of college to be an offensive assistant in 2008.
The Raiders fired Jack Del Rio following the end of a disappointing six-win season.
Gruden won a Super Bowl with the Bucs during his first year with the team.
The offense regressed after the decision to fire coordinator Bill Musgrave and replace him with untested Todd Downing. His new contract with the Raiders is for 10 years and likely approaching $100 million, sources previously told ESPN's Adam Schefter, which will take him with the franchise to Las Vegas in 2020.
For Penn, who's started every game except two for the Raiders the past four seasons, the situation Gruden is about to step into is very similar to the one the Bay Area's National Basketball Association team faced in 2014.
You would hope Gruden is smart enough to let players with expiring contracts like Reggie Nelson walk off into the sunset, never to darken the doorstep of Raiders HQ again. Late owner Al Davis hired Art Shell in 2006, 11 years after firing him the first time. He came back in 2004 and had a 30-34 record in four seasons, leading Washington to two playoff berths.
Met Eireann issued the alert at 1pm, stating that temperatures could plummet to -6 degrees, between 9pm and 10am on Monday. Met Éireann has issued a Status Orange warning, as temperatures are set to drop to -6°.
Idlib is the capital of a province by the same name that is controlled by insurgent factions, including an al-Qaida-linked group. The Syrian Civil Defence reported that more than 40 people were injured during the raid on Hammuriyeh alone.
Last year, spokesperson Hua Chunying called rumors of a potential naval base at Gwadar "irresponsible remarks" and "hearsay". China's Foreign Ministry immediately defended Pakistan against these allegations.
It seems likely that the complaints aren't due to the Ball family's maliciousness, but ineptitude at running said business. The company is selling Lonzo Ball's signature shoes for $495, while his youngest brother LaMelo's shoes go for $395.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas backed out of his planned meeting with Pence to protest Trump's decision. She said Pence plans to call on leaders to "work together to fight terrorism and improve our national security".
According to the report , the participants were told to act normal and not answer any questions by anyone regarding the event. The event info read: "At 3pm, participants will be organised into groups, and will walk to a nearby station".
According to him, there are human traffickers who make the evacuation process a lot hard for government officials. The post Libya Returnees: FG Vows To Prosecute Human Traffickers appeared first on Channels Television .
Physicians in multiple locations have reported an increase of patients presenting flu-like symptoms since the season began. According to the Kentucky Department for Public Health, flu cases have been confirmed in 12 of the 17 regions of Kentucky.
The German has four goals and five assists in the Premier League this season, after eight goals and nine assists last term. Ozil, 29, is yet to pen a renewal at the Emirates and it's still unclear to whether he will opt to prolong his stay.
ASEAN comprises of Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. She said states play a vital role in India's progress and advancing the country's economic ties with the world.
The Whirlpool Smart Kitchen extends to wearables and voice
Whirlpool announced the development at CES and said the compatibility would come later this year to 20 connected appliances. Whirlpool brand is part of Whirlpool Corporation, the world's leading manufacturer and marketer of major home appliances.
Flesh-eating bacteria kills Texan woman who ate raw oysters
As well as being found in warm sea waters, these organisms and are often present in raw oysters, shellfish, and other seafood . After she and her friends ate about two dozen of the oysters, she became violently ill, according to the report.
Monster Hunter World is Incredibly Small; File Size Revealed
What's even more surprising is that Monster Hunter: World features Xbox One X support so the visuals should look better than ever. Monster Hunter: World will release worldwide for PS4 and Xbox One on January 26 and will arrive for PC sometime in the fall.
Tide will lose coaching staff member to Colorado State
For the entire season, Alabama gave up seven passing touchdowns, two of which were scored by CSU's Warren Jackson in September. While his role has yet to be announced, Golding has experience coaching defensive backs in the past.
Bengals pick Teryl Austin as defensive coordinator
The Detroit Lions will not only be hiring a new head coach in the coming weeks, but also a new defensive coordinator. Austin had pointed comments about interviews he had with teams about being a head coach before the 2016 season.
AT&T backs away from deal to sell Huawei smartphones
There is no word on why AT&T may have walked away from the deal, as neither the wireless carrier nor Huawei are talking. An AT&T spokesman declined to comment, noting that the company hasn't commented on this rumor for the past few months.
Former WTO chief Sutherland dies at 71
He also served as director-general of the World Trade Organisation and was a former chairman of Goldman Sachs International . His business roles included stints as chairman of Allied Irish Bank, finance firm Goldman Sachs and oil company BP.