Las Vegas Raiders proprietor Mark Davis was once requested about Jon Gruden’s resignation following an e-mail scandal that was once dropped at gentle via the New York Instances in a bombshell file.
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On Wednesday, Davis was once brief and candy when requested concerning the crew’s now-former head trainer.
“I haven’t any remark. Ask the NFL. They’ve the entire solutions,” Davis informed ESPN.
Gruden stepped down because the Raiders’ head trainer on Monday evening after the New York Instances reported that the longtime trainer made racist, misogynistic and homophobic feedback directed at Commissioner Roger Goodell and NFL Avid gamers Affiliation government director DeMaurice Smith, amongst others.
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Gruden, who was once within the fourth 12 months of a 10-year, $100 million contract, launched a observation following the verdict to renounce on Monday evening. Gruden was once additionally got rid of from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Ring of Honor on Tuesday.
“I’ve resigned as Head Trainer of the Las Vegas Raiders,” Gruden mentioned. “I really like the Raiders and don’t need to be a distraction. Thanks to the entire avid gamers, coaches, workforce, and fanatics of Raider Country. I’m sorry, I by no means intended to harm any individual.”
Raiders proprietor Mark Davis mentioned ultimate week that the e-mail about Smith was once “annoying and no longer what the Raiders stand for.” He added that the crew was once reviewing the extra correspondence.
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Raiders assistant trainer Wealthy Bisaccia was once named the crew’s period in-between head trainer.
Fox Information’ Ryan Gaydos contributed to this file.