Gruden could return to the sidelines if the right job opens up

By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer

ESPN Monday Night Football analyst Jon Gruden is expected interview for the vacant NFL head coaching jobs this off-season.

Jon Gruden

Gruden has said that he would like to remain at ESPN, but several teams have put out feelers to the former head coach turned broadcaster in the past few weeks. The Philadelphia Eagles and the San Diego Chargers are reportedly the top choices.

He could begin to talks to teams today, and is interested in returning to the sidelines, as long as the right job opens up.

The Cleveland Browns are not expected to garner interest in Gruden. He has had a frosty relationships, at best, with new Browns President Joe Banner.

He previously turned down the Tennessee Volunteers head coaching job weeks ago.

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