The San Diego Chargers had a great first half against the Denver Broncos during their Monday Night Football match up. Jon Gruden really went off in the second half when Peyton “The Sheriff” Manning led his team to victory down by 24 points.
Another NFL week is in the books and so is another Monday night matchup. The guys were pumped because they thought that Gruden would be going crazy over Manning or “The Sheriff” as Gruden calls him.
Since Jon Gruden will be in the booth tonight and we might see Ryan Mallett getting extended playing time, Hardy and Flynn broke down audio of Gruden’s meeting with Ryan Mallett prior to 2011 NFL Draft.
Seven time Pro Bowler and 2002 Super Bowl champion, Warren Sapp joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich to discuss his new show on YouTube, Jeremy Shockey and Jon Gruden.
The NFL kicked off the first round of the draft on Thursday night and Jon Gruden was there to cover it along with Chris Berman. Gruden had a few good lines, but nothing compares to his QB Camp.
The NFL Draft kicks off on Thursday, April 26th and there is a whole new crop of quarterbacks available. So who better to sit down with them? None other than Jon Gruden. This time Gruden sat down Arizona State quarterback Brock Osweiler.
The NFL Draft kicks off on Thursday, April 26th and there is a whole new crop of quarterbacks available. So who better to sit down with them? None other than Jon Gruden. Gruden sat down with Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III for the second episode of QB Camp.
The NFL Draft is kicks off on Thursday, April 26th and there is an all new crop of quarterbacks available and who sits down with them every year, Jon Gruden. For the first episode Gruden sat down with Andrew Luck and it gets weird.
The Detroit Lions defeated the Chicago Bear 24-13 on Monday Night Football to remain undefeated this season. As always the guys are more concerned with what was going on in booth with their favorite guy, Jon Gruden.
This week on Monday Night Football the Dallas Cowboys beat the Washington Redskins 18-16, but we’re not concerned with the game on the field. We care more about what’s being said in the booth.