NFL would not have any plans to launch Washington Soccer Crew emails after Jon Gruden resigns, per report


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Jon Gruden has resigned from the Las Vegas Raiders following a sequence of emails revealing insensitive language. Gruden’s emails got here to mild after the league carried out an investigation into the Washington Soccer Crew, emails the NFL has no plans to launch, in accordance The Athletic

The NFL believes nothing stemming from these emails must be reported to golf equipment or league management. This goes towards the NFLPA’s request for the league to launch the rest of the 650,000 emails reviewed concerning misconduct with the Washington Soccer Crew. The NFL informed USA At the moment they don’t have any plans to launch the emails as a matter of confidentiality. The league additionally would not plan to reopen the investigation into the Washington Soccer Crew, per ESPN. Legal professionals Lisa Banks and Debra Katz, who’re representing former staff of Washington, additionally requested the league to launch the emails.

The NFL put Gruden beneath investigation for an e-mail despatched again in 2011 through which he used a racial trope to criticize NFLPA government director DeMaurice Smith. Gruden admitted Friday that he additionally used profane language to explain NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, and extra emails leaked which he “casually and steadily unleashed misogynistic and homophobic language” throughout his tenure as a “Monday Evening Soccer” coloration commentator for ESPN from 2010 to 2018, when he returned to educate the NFL with the Raiders. In these emails, Gruden denounced feminine referees and used slurs on NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. One e-mail leaked included Gruden saying a former NFL security, who knelt in the course of the nationwide anthem, must be fired. 

The emails have been despatched to then-Washington group president Bruce Allen when Gruden was at ESPN. Allen labored with Gruden when Gruden was the pinnacle coach of the Oakland Raiders (first stint) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers



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