Cincinnati offensive coordinator Age:
45 Previous NFL head coaching interviews:
None, but that’s only because Gruden declined them last January out of loyalty to the Bengals for giving him the chance to become their offensive coordinator. Gruden had spent the past two seasons working for the Florida Tuskers of the ill-fated UFL. Why is Gruden radar-worthy?:
Jon Gruden isn’t the only offensive guru in the family. Jay has done a masterful job constructing an offense around two second-year cornerstones — quarterback Andy Dalton and wide receiver A.J. Green. The Bengals will make back-to-back playoff appearances for the first time since 1981 and 1982. Potential fit:
Any team needing to develop a young quarterback. Gruden’s experience as a head coach in the UFL and Arena Football League (Orlando Predators) is also a plus. Trivia note:
Gruden won six AFL championships — two as a head coach and four as a quarterback for the Tampa Bay Storm. - Alex Marvez
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