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|Rd 3, Pick 2 (66)||Moses, Morgan OT|
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|14||Sun, Dec 07||St. Louis||0-24 L|
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|12/27||Jason Hatcher (DE) Reserve/Injured (reserve/injured).|
|12/26||Travian Robertson (NT) Waived, No Recall (waived, no recall).|
|12/23||Trent Murphy (OLB) Reserve/Injured (reserve/injured).|
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Gruden, 46, spent the last three seasons as offensive coordinator for the Cincinnati Bengals. In his tenure in Cincinnati from 2011-13, the Bengals averaged 10 wins a season, making three consecutive playoff appearances and earning an AFC North championship in 2013.
Gruden was tasked with the development of quarterback Andy Dalton, a 2011 second-round pick. In three seasons together, Gruden helped Dalton to a 30-18 regular season record as a starter (.625), as Dalton's 30 wins in that time frame ranked tied for fifth-most among NFL quarterbacks. Dalton’s 80 passing touchdowns rank third-most in NFL history for a quarterback in his first three seasons, trailing only Dan Marino (98) and Peyton Manning (85).
Prior to joining the Bengals, Gruden served two years with the Florida Tuskers of the United Football League from 2009-10. In 2009, Gruden served as offensive coordinator under current Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett as the Tuskers compiled a 6-0 regular season record and earned a UFL championship game berth. In 2010, he assumed the roles of head coach and general manager and led the Tuskers to their second consecutive championship game appearance.
Gruden coached for seven seasons (2002-08) with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, earning a Super Bowl championship ring as an offensive assistant in 2002. There he worked under his brother, Jon, then the Bucs' head coach, and current Redskins Executive Vice President/General Manager Bruce Allen, the Bucs' general manager from 2004-08. The group guided the Buccaneers to the team's first league championship, a 48-21 victory in Super Bowl XXXVII.
Gruden also ranks among the most outstanding players and coaches in the history of the Arena Football League, having won six combined league championships -- four as a quarterback and two as a head coach. Gruden played quarterback (2002-03) and served as head coach (2004-08) of the AFL’s Orlando Predators, all while simultaneously working as an offensive assistant with the Buccaneers. In all, Gruden served as head coach of the Predators for nine seasons (1998-2001 and 2004-08), leading the Predators to four championship game appearances and two league titles. During a two-year hiatus from coaching the Predators in 2002-03, he returned to the playing field as Orlando's quarterback, leading the Predators to playoff appearances in both seasons.
Gruden played quarterback for four seasons for former Redskins draft pick Howard Schnellenberger at the University of Louisville (1985-88) and was a two-time team MVP.
Gruden was born March 4, 1967 in Tiffin, Ohio. He and his wife, Sherry, have three sons -- J.J., Joey and Jack.
Published: Dec. 28, 2014 at 03:51 p.m.
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III scrambles 2 yards for a touchdown but after the play, tempers flare between Redskins and Cowboys players.
Published: Dec. 28, 2014 at 01:23 p.m.
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III finds wide receiver DeSean Jackson who takes off 69 yards for a touchdown to give the Redskins the lead.
Published: Dec. 20, 2014 at 06:51 p.m.
Washington Redskins fullback Darrel Young runs in for his second 1-yard touchdown.
Published: Dec. 20, 2014 at 06:46 p.m.
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III pass to DeSean Jackson for 55 yards.