Trove of decade-old Gruden emails contain homophobic remarks

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Posted at 6:00 PM, Oct 11, 2021

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Hours after addressing a second incendiary email from 11 years ago, Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden now faces an avalanche of fresh accusations.

The NY Times reported Monday, that during an investigation into emails from Bruce Allen, the former president of the Washington Football Team, and others, they found Gruden's emails using offensive language towards gay players, female referees, and more.

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These emails were sent while Gruden was working for ESPN as a color analyst during “Monday Night Football,” according to the report.

The NY Times continued that Gruden and several other men allegedly shared revealing photos of women including several NFL cheerleaders.

Other emails reportedly use derogatory and homophobic names for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and players who protested during the playing of the national anthem.

At this time the Raiders have not commented on this new email content.