Washington Redskins introduce Jay Gruden as new head coach

Posted on: 9:32 am, January 9, 2014, by , updated on: 05:37pm, January 9, 2014

RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) – The Washington Redskins have hired Jay Gruden as the team’s new head coach.

General manager Bruce Allen formally introduced Gruden as the team’s 29th head coach during a 4 p.m. news conference.

Gruden spent this past season as offensive coordinator for the Cincinnati Bengals.

Gruden has head coaching experience. He served that role for the Arena Football League Orlando Predators.

Jay Gruden is the brother of Super Bowl winning head coach and ESPN analyst Jon Gruden.

This is a developing story.

4 comments

  • jackburton77 says:

    HTTR

    I’m excited and skeptical. I think this is the best possible hire for right now but Jay’s never had his own draft class, etc.

    That said everyone has to start somewhere and his work in Cincy with Dalton has been nothing short of great and I think he’ll demand the respect from Griffin that is needed.

    Downside is that Haslett and Morris (Defensive side of the ball) will probably be staying and the D stunk last year. Sure it was magnified by the poor offensive play (RG3andout) but it would have been nice to see them start over in that area.

  • Glen says:

    Jesus wept.

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  • jackxp99 says:

    Given that his head coaching experience is completely derived from the Arena Football League, he will fit in well with the Redskins, as they are most certainly not a legitimate NFL team.
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