The Washington Redskins have reportedly informed head coach Jay Gruden that he will be back with the team in 2015.
Despite the struggles and controversy in his first season at the helm, Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden has been told that he will be returning to the team in 2015 for a second year on the job, according to a report from NBC Washington.
With reports surfacing recently that he could be a one-and-done coach for owner Daniel Snyder, it appears as if everyone can gear up for another season of Gruden steering the ship.
Gruden hasn’t had the best first year on the job, to say the least. Going into Week 16 of the season the Redskins are just 3-11, however that hasn’t been the worst of his problems.
It would appear throughout most of the season that Gruden wants nothing to do with Robert Griffin III under center running his offense, which actually led to the reports that Snyder was thinking of canning him after only one season.
At one point this season, Gruden actually benched the former first-round draft pick in favor of Colt McCoy.
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