The Raiders were spiraling even before Jon Gruden's resignation

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What remarks did Gruden make?

Gruden used racist, sexist, homophobic and transophobic language in the emails, which the Times reports dated from 2010 through 2018, before Gruden was hired by the Raiders for his second stint with the team. Per the Times, he often called NFL commissioner Roger Goodell a “f—t” and a “clueless anti football p—y.” Sporting NewsJon Gruden emails, explained: Raiders coach resigns following release of damning messages

What did Jon Gruden say in 2011?

"I was in a bad frame of mind at the time [in 2011], and I called Roger Goodell a [expletive] in one of these emails too," Gruden said. "They were keeping players and coaches from doing what they love with a lockout." CBSSports.comJon Gruden reveals more details from controversial emails, including vulgarity directed at Roger Goodell

Did Jon Gruden resign as Raiders coach?

Raiders coach Jon Gruden resigned Monday night in the wake of the release of emails that included racist tropes, homophobic slurs and vulgar name calling of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. Gruden confirmed his resignation in a statement through the Raiders. The AthleticJon Gruden news: Updates, new questions, as Raiders coach resigns after emails leaked; Rich Bisaccia named interim coach

Why did Raiders fire Gruden?

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Jon Gruden has resigned as coach of the Las Vegas Raiders after emails he sent before being hired in 2018 contained racist, homophobic and misogynistic comments. Gruden released a statement Monday night, saying: “I have resigned as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders. News3LVGruden resigns from Raiders after more offensive emails surface

Bear & Balanced: Bears defense dominates the Raiders

Windy City Gridiron 12 October, 2021 - 07:00am

Jeff and Lester are taking a (mostly) level-headed look at the Bears vs Raiders game.

On defense, the players all seem to really enjoy playing in Sean Desai‘s defense, and while it is a Vic Fangio-like scheme, Desai has definitely made it his own. He’s moving his players around to get them in the best possible spot to succeed, they are playing more three safety looks, and so far Desai has them playing some damn good football.

For those of you that prefer to consume your Bears content in video format, Jeff and Lester were live on Monday night and you can check out their show right here and in the embed below. The video version gives some bonus pre and post show chatter with an emphasis on Robert’s D&D gaming!

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