Sean McDonough got hit in the feels saying goodbye to Jon Gruden

Round 1 No. 10. Bradley Chubb | DE  DL | N.C. State

Round 1 No. 10. Bradley Chubb | DE DL | N.C. State

Confirming the worst-kept secret in sports, the Oakland Raiders announced Saturday that Jon Gruden will be their next head coach.

It's been widely reported that Jon Gruden will be the next head coach of the Oakland Raiders. Gruden left with a 40-28 record, including one appearance in the AFC title game. Gruden will be formally introduced at a news conference Tuesday.

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When McDonough acknowledged the news before the game, Gruden awkwardly replied by saying nothing is official, but afterwards, he accepted the farewell and said, "It's been a great run".

Gruden, 54, last coached in the National Football League in the 2008 season for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Following that snowy contest, Raiders owner Al Davis made the trade the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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Gruden beat the Raiders in the Super Bowl in his first season with the Buccaneers but didn't win another playoff game for Tampa Bay in his final six seasons. "We congratulate you as you head back to the sidelines with the Raiders". In 2016, Oakland won 12 games, which gave Del Rio a four-year extension, but this season the team failed to deliver with a 6-10 2017 season. From there he became more involved in commentary, and has been a member of the Monday Night Football crew since 2009 serving as a color analyst. You might be familiar with "Gruden's QB Camp", which was as segment on ESPN where Gruden would interview college quarterbacks entering the NFL Draft.

Gruden has not coached since 2008 and has been working as an National Football League television analyst for the last nine years.

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