Raiders coach Jon Gruden announces hiring of Greg Olson as offensive coordinator

  • Raiders coach Jon Gruden announces hiring of Greg Olson as offensive coordinator

Raiders coach Jon Gruden announces hiring of Greg Olson as offensive coordinator

"That would be the only reason why I would think about coaching". I've been fired. I've missed the game terribly.

"I felt pretty confident that he was all-in", Davis said.

While there might be room for Lynch's production on Gruden's Raiders - and if Lynch is as big a Raiders fan as he professes, he surely had to be a Chucky fan as a teenager during Gruden's first run, no? - is there room for Beast Mode's personality? The high point of his head-coaching career came in 2002 when his Buccaneers beat the Raiders in Super Bowl XXXVII - one season after Raiders owner Al Davis traded him to Tampa Bay. Gruden will be paid $100 million over the course of his 10-year deal, but said in his introductory press conference Tuesday that he doesn't feel pressure. He played two productive seasons for the team before retiring after the 2015 season.

My new favorite quote from Gruden might be, "Get him the f**k away from me".

Davis said. "And by far to get Jon Gruden was the toughest". "I had a son here". He's going to pick Carr's game apart before putting it back together, and Carr, a consummate professional on so many levels, is going to take that coaching and learn from it.

"Brady fumbled that ball." said Gruden to his former player Charles Woodson.

McKenzie's presence answered one question about Gruden's return to the franchise - specifically, who will be working alongside Gruden in Oakland's front office.

Gruden emphasized that he wants to bring the best to Raider Nation, and while he wouldn't specify his expectations, he drew parallels between his return and that of running back Marshawn Lynch last season.

Many other questions remain, however.

The man just signed for $100 million dollars guaranteed.

Some of Gruden's former players said the new Raiders are in for something they've never experienced before. I have not won a game since 2008. He also stated that the quarterback hasn't had continuity with his coaching core and he hopes that the new staff can help him take the next step.

Much like he met with Carr during the Gruden QB Camp prior to the NFL Draft, the feeling Gruden has for the 26-year-old ex-Fresno State star hasn't changed.

It is similar to the Michael Crabtree dilemma, of sorts, as the Raiders are now expected to have about $18 million in salary-cap space, and cutting the receiver would save the Raiders $7.75 million in cap space. Analysts, former players and fans raved all off-season about how the team would become a Super Bowl contender.

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"No", he said. "We've stolen his plays, so that's more what it is". "Now I get them from Mark Davis at 3 a.m., but I want to thank you for this opportunity from the bottom of my heart". I think you have to be careful what you read because it's not as always true and it's not always positive. Sometimes with all the talk, you fall into listening to all the talk.