What Happened to Jon Gruden Face? Everything To Know About The Football Coach Amid Racist Allegations

What Happened to Jon Gruden Face? Everything To Know About The Football Coach Amid Racist Allegations


What happened to Jon Gruden’s face? Following his racist remarks and other homophobic emails, he has resigned as head coach.

Jon Gruden was the head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders in the National Football League. Gruden coached in the NFL for 14 years and received widespread acclaim for his achievements.

In fact, when he won the Super Bowl with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2002 at the age of 39, he made history as the youngest coach to do it.

Recently, coach Gruden resigned from his position on Monday after his homophobic and sexist statements were resurfaced. This occurred shortly after his previous racist remarks on the front pages of newspapers.

What Happened to Jon Gruden Face?

Actually, nothing has happened to Jon Gruden’s face but it’s his remarks about a union leader’s face that is causing the uproar.

According to The Guardian, Gruden made racial remarks regarding NFLPA President DeMaurice Smith’s facial characteristics in 2011. 

Jon Gruden Racist And Homophobic Email Releases Explained

During the 2011 lockout, Gruden emailed current Washington Football Team president Bruce Allen about DeMaurice Smith, the NFL Players Association’s executive director. Gruden mocked Smith by using racist imagery and clichés.

Gruden is now facing the consequences of similar language ten years later after the emails were exposed during an NFL inquiry.

Following that, Jon has already apologized for what he said, despite the fact that he claims he has no memory of sending the email. 

Jon Gruden Age & Bio

Jon Gruden, the former coach of the Las Vegas Raiders, is currently 58 years old. He was born in the United States on August 17, 1963, in Sadusky, Ohio.

Jon, who was born in Slovenia to Slovene parents, never had much success as a football player in college since he was always the backup option.

Gruden began his career as a graduate assistant coach at the University of Tennessee when he was 22 years old, after graduating from the University of Dayton.

Later, he began his coaching career, during which time he has won several trophies.