Published: Tue, October 08, 2019
Sports | By Lynne Higgins

Jay Gruden out as Washington Redskins’ coach

Jay Gruden out as Washington Redskins’ coach

Well, according to, a few names with ties to the state of MI have a chance. In addition to being Snyder's longest-tenured coach, he is also the only one to get a contract extension, having two years added to his five-year, $20 million deal in 2017 - two years before his original contract expired.

Here is a look at the full list of odds.

It is unlikely that Callahan will ever have the interim tag removed from his title in Washington unless the Redskins should do a 180 on this season and somehow make it to the playoffs. Washington had a 6-3 record last season when quarterback Alex Smith suffered a broken leg, which has kept him sidelined.

The Redskins made the playoffs once under Gruden, but lost at home in the NFC wild card to the Packers in January 2016. The Redskins were 4-12 in 2014, Gruden's first season.

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The Redskins rarely have even been competitive this season, ranking 30th out of 32 National Football League clubs in both scoring, averaging 14.6 points, and defence, allowing 30.2 points per game.

In 2018, the Redskins' offense - with Gruden as the play-caller, ranked 29th in total offense, 28th in passing offense and 17th in rushing offense. The team went 7-9 in each of the past two seasons, leading to speculation about whether he would be back. The Cowboys and Eagles are now tied for the division lead, with both sitting at 3-2 on the season.

The team scheduled a 1 p.m. ET press conference for Monday. The Redskins will play the Miami Dolphins on the road on Sunday.

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