The worst-kept secret in the National Football League is now out in the open as Jon Gruden will be introduced as the next head coach of the Oakland Raiders during a press conference on Tuesday, a move that caught the attention of Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr.
Then after that he will head to Oakland with the task of resurrecting Carr after a down year and getting the Raiders back to the postseason.
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But there has been mostly a run of losing seasons under nine coaches as only the Cleveland Browns had lost more games during Gruden's 16-year absence than the Raiders. That's a goal that probably motivated Gruden to return to football. Good luck with the Oakland Raiders.
Gruden replaced Joe Bugel after a 4-12 season in 1998 and was 38-26 in four seasons, including AFC West titles in 2000 and 2001. He is the second-youngest head coach to win a Super Bowl in National Football League history, winning a ring at age 39 in his first season with Tampa Bay. Late owner Al Davis hired Art Shell in 2006, 11 years after firing him the first time.
Failing to reach expectations led the organization to fire head coach Jack Del Rio, but it sounds like McKenzie's place is safe as the Raiders move into Gruden's second stint on the sidelines. Shell went 2-14 that season and was sacked after one year.