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Latest Jon Gruden Items
Jon Gruden, speaking at a high school coaching clinic, said Friday that quarterback Robert Griffin III should enjoy the changes his brother, Jay, the Redskins' new coach, will make to his game in their first season working together.
Jon Gruden dropped by his brother's team's practice and warned that it may take some time for Robert Griffin III to master the offense.
Jon Gruden stopped by OTAs and Redskins Nation but afterwards brother Jay said he didn't have much "brotherly advice."
Monday Night Football's Jon Gruden came to Redskins practice to do a little homework -- and check up on his younger brother.
Last week a Hollywood celebrity was on hand at Redskins Park when Matthew McConaughey visited for organized team activities. The team had another visitor this week when ESPN football analyst Jon Gruden, the older brother of Washington head coach Jay Gruden, watched from the sidelines.
Jon Gruden says he's "proud" of his brother Jay, saying, "They look like they've improved their football team as well."
That's why opinions vary on where he'll end up on draft night. Many believe he should be picked early in the first round. Others, like former NFL quarterback and current ESPN analyst Ron Jaworski, don't think he should be taken before the third round.
And now comes the great leap to the NFL for Johnny Football.
Like any successful coach, Jon Gruden understands the importance of statistics. He doesn't like the numbers he's seeing about youth sports participation and funding.