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By Emily Miller
Billionaire gets mobbed by fans at CPAC
Topic - Ufl
Jay Gruden talked about his decision to retain Jim Haslett as the team's defensive coordinator.
The New York Jets have promoted Tony Sparano Jr. to offensive assistant, and added former safety Eric Smith as a seasonal intern.
You remember Fassel, don't you? He had one foot in the door to coach the Redskins not once, but twice. He won two UFL championships, beating not only Gruden but Jim Haslett the year before. Yet here is Jay Gruden, the guy who lost to Jim Fassel, with a five-year, $20 million NFL head coaching contract.
Ike Hilliard is returning to the Washington Redskins as receivers coach.
The Washington Redskins promoted Sean McVay to offensive coordinator Wednesday, a move expected after Jay Gruden was hired last week as head coach, then addressed their woeful special teams units by adding Ben Kotwica from the New York Jets as special teams coordinator.
The elevation of young Sean McVay to offensive coordinator is now official, according to reports.
ASHBURN, Va. (AP) — The face was different, the words familiar. Like Mike Shanahan and nearly every recent Washington Redskins coach, Jay Gruden is anxious to declare an end to franchise's days of dysfunction.
The Redskins' hiring of Jay Gruden was an expedited ending to a process that was expected to be much more drawn out. Gruden, 46, signed a five-year contract to become the Redskins' 27th full-time coach and the seventh since Dan Snyder purchased the team in 1999.
Jay Gruden will be introduced as the Washington Redskins' next coach on Thursday afternoon. Gruden, who spent the last three years as the Cincinnati Bengals' offensive coordinator, emerged as one of the front-runners for the opening since Mike Shanahan was fired on Dec. 30 after four years with the team.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Jay Gruden completed his interview for the Washington Redskins' coaching job Wednesday, making the Cincinnati Bengals' offensive coordinator the sixth known candidate to meet with general manager Bruce Allen.
Alex Smith and Jamaal Charles make the headlines for the Kansas City Chiefs and rightfully so. The quarterback and running back are the biggest names on one of the NFL's surprise teams.
Up until this week, the hardest thing Michael Vick had to do this season was figure out how to tell people he was a dog owner once again.
The chair never stood a chance. "You see, it's like this," Marty Schottenheimer said as he sprang to his feet in his office and grabbed the unsuspecting furniture. "If you turn this way, you lose leverage and this defensive lineman's got the advantage. But if you take a step back you see? Now you've got position."
The struggling United Football League announced Wednesday that it will play a shorter season with four teams instead of five, with the Hartford Colonials suspending operations.
The Omaha Nighthawks are giving Eric Crouch another shot at professional football.