Jon Gruden's Head Coach Replacement Chokes Back Tears In First Presser, 'Holy S***'
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Las Vegas Raiders special teams coach Rich Bisaccia is taking over for Jon Gruden as interim head coach. While speaking with reporters on Wednesday, he nearly broke down in tears over his new job...
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Stay Puft
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15 minutes starts now
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Enjoy your short stint as a head coach.
Reply6 days
Weak arse NFL/ESPN commies needs to release the emails of everyone that works or worked going back two decades. I bet there’s much worse things than factually pointing out someone’s big lips.
Reply6 days
Cursing is problematic. Fire him
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Dudes moustache is big as Michelin tires
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Gus Malzahn coaching tree
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Definitely wasn't the color I was expecting.
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He can't possibly be proud of the way he came into that job?!?!?!?
Reply6 days
Somewhere Kirk Herbstreit is shedding a tear.
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Larry habitually posts scenarios of men crying. It’s weird.
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we know where the email leaks came from. really smooth cliff......real smooth
Reply7 days
He was crying because he has sons named Big, Bigger, and Biggest. He does not want the middle son's nickname leaking.
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You should shed a few tears for what they did to Jon
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You can't be serious.
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Soft
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soft
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