Jon Gruden is the new coach of the Raiders, the team announced this evening.
With Gruden's final game in the books, it brings to an end a partnership with Sean McDonough that hasn't been painted as being all that rosy.
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NFL Media reported earlier this week Gruden already has plans to hire Rams quarterbacks coach Greg Olson as his offensive coordinator, Bengals defensive coordinator Paul Guenther for the same role in Oakland, and Cowboys special teams coach Rich Bisaccia as special teams coordinator. Even on Saturday afternoon, Gruden took some digs at his booth partner and the common consensus on Twitter was that the Raiders coach probably couldn't wait to leave McDonough behind and move to greener pastures. Not only have you lived up to it, you've enhanced it in your performance here, but I know you're looking forward to getting back to coaching.
"Well, thank you, nothing's official yet, but these Chiefs fans have been on my case since I got here", Gruden said.
15 years after the franchise traded him to the Tampa Bay Bucs following the 2001 season, he returns to the Black Hole.
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The Buccaneers went 12-4 in his first season and finished 57-55 with three playoff appearances in Gruden's seven seasons.
He has been with ESPN since 2009.
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