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July 9, 2010 @ 9:01 am
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Gruden Special To Air On ESPN

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Who wants to see Jon Gruden coach again here in Tampa?

If you do, now is your opportunity to see Chucky again.

Jon Gruden recently signed on to become the offensive line coach at Carrollwood Day High School here in the Tampa Bay area to help prepare them for the upcoming season. Gruden, former Buccaneers head coach who lead the team to a victory in Super Bowl XXXVII, had camera crews following him around as he worked with the team during practices, spent time in coaching meetings and much more. Gruden talks about his desire to want to coach his son and help him and his teammates become better.

The three-part special will air on ESPN's Sportscenter this coming Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. Click here to check out a preview of the upcoming special.

Gruden, 46, was the head coach of the Oakland Raiders for four seasons before joining the Buccaneers in 2002. In his seven seasons with the Bucs, Gruden had a record of 57-55 with three division titles, and one Super Bowl. He now is an analyst for ESPN's Monday Night Football.


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