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By Sam Farmer, Tribune newspapers | August 10, 2011
GEORGETOWN, Ky. — Jay Gruden has his older brother's voice, and their eyes have the same steely glint. Jay is bigger, has darker hair and more of a twisted smile than a sinister "Chucky" grimace. "Jon's more edgy, grouchier too. Meaner," said the younger Gruden, new offensive coordinator of the Cincinnati Bengals. "I'm a nice guy. I'm more laid-back. His tolerance level isn't as high as mine, and mine's pretty low. " Case in point: During an offensive meeting this week, one of the Bengals had the nerve to chomp on a mouthful of ice as Gruden was making a point.
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Sports Digest | October 14, 2014
In the wake of his team's fourth straight loss and its 13th in 14 games, Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden addressed a host of problems during his Monday news conference, including potential lineup changes and the need for vast improvement in third-down efficiency and the running game. Gruden did not specify which players or positions might be in flux but said he does not intend to replace starting quarterback Kirk Cousins with third-stringer Colt McCoy . In Sunday's 30-20 loss to the Arizona Cardinals, the Redskins' ninth defeat in a row on the road, Cousins threw three interceptions in the fourth quarter.
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Sports Digest | October 14, 2014
In the wake of his team's fourth straight loss and its 13th in 14 games, Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden addressed a host of problems during his Monday news conference, including potential lineup changes and the need for vast improvement in third-down efficiency and the running game. Gruden did not specify which players or positions might be in flux but said he does not intend to replace starting quarterback Kirk Cousins with third-stringer Colt McCoy . In Sunday's 30-20 loss to the Arizona Cardinals, the Redskins' ninth defeat in a row on the road, Cousins threw three interceptions in the fourth quarter.
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Sports Digest | October 5, 2014
Baltimore's Donnell Whittenburg led the United States men's gymnastics team to a third-place finish during qualifications Saturday at the World Championships in Nanning, China. The U.S. team earned a 360.393, behind China (362.698) and Japan (361.609). Whittenburg finished fourth in the all-around standings with a total score of 89.361 to advance to the all-around final. The Edgewood graduate posted the team's highest score (15.500) on the still rings after closing his routine with a double-twisting, double-back dismount.
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By Mike Jones, The Washington Post | March 25, 2014
ORLANDO, Fla. - Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder expressed excitement about his team's new chapter and said first-year coach Jay Gruden already has impressed him with his knowledge and work ethic. Snyder, who consented to a brief interview Monday on his way to lunch while at the NFL's annual owners meetings, hadn't spoken to reporters during the 2013 season, or after the 3-13 campaign that resulted in Mike Shanahan's firing. He also hadn't commented on the hiring of Gruden as his eighth head coach.
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Sports Digest | October 5, 2014
Baltimore's Donnell Whittenburg led the United States men's gymnastics team to a third-place finish during qualifications Saturday at the World Championships in Nanning, China. The U.S. team earned a 360.393, behind China (362.698) and Japan (361.609). Whittenburg finished fourth in the all-around standings with a total score of 89.361 to advance to the all-around final. The Edgewood graduate posted the team's highest score (15.500) on the still rings after closing his routine with a double-twisting, double-back dismount.
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By Matt Vensel | April 28, 2011
If you've been reading our draft coverage, you know by now which players are on the Ravens' radar and whom the draft experts have the Ravens selecting in their mock drafts. But what about the Ravens' AFC North rivals in Cincinnati, Cleveland in Pittsburgh? Because I am pumped for the draft, I've compiled the first-round picks for the Bengals, the Browns and the Steelers from the mock drafts of five prominent analysts. Here are their projections: Cincinnati Bengals (picking fourth overall)
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February 9, 2004
Moves Basketball JAZZ: Signed C Mikki Moore to second 10-day contract. PACERS: Activated G-F Jonathan Bender from injured list. Placed C Primoz Brezec on injured list with strained right hamstring. Colleges COLLEGE OF NOTRE DAME: Becca Parrow (Forest Hill, Joppatowne High School) won Atlantic Women's Colleges Conference Most Outstanding Swimmer Award at AWCC Championships. FRESNO STATE: Announced that men's basketball G Terry Pettis was suspended for rest of season. Football PATRIOTS: Did not exercise option on RB Antowain Smith, making him unrestricted free agent.
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April 25, 1991
BASEBALLAmerican League* Boston Red Sox -- Recalled Daryl Irvine, pitcher, from Pawtucket of the International League.National League* San Francisco Giants -- Placed Scott Garrelts, pitcher, on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled Francisco Oliveras, pitcher, from Phoenix of the Pacific Coast League.BASKETBALLUnited States Basketball League* Miami Tropics -- Named Eric Dennis coach.World Basketball League* Saskatchewan Storm -- Waived Kenny Sanders, forward.FOOTBALLNational Football League * NFL -- Named Roger Goodell executive director for club relations and international development; Pete Abitante league director of information; Leslie Hammond AFC director of information; and Jack Reader assistant director of officiating.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | January 20, 2014
Most of the Ravens' top decision-makers are in Mobile, Ala., this week for the Senior Bowl. The week of practices followed by Saturday's game will give team officials and scouts an extended look at many members of the 2014 draft class. It will also give head coach John Harbaugh an opportunity to fill the handful of coaching vacancies on his staff. The Senior Bowl is like a big job fair of sorts as coaches from all levels travel there to network and to express interest in different openings.
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By Mike Jones, The Washington Post | March 25, 2014
ORLANDO, Fla. - Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder expressed excitement about his team's new chapter and said first-year coach Jay Gruden already has impressed him with his knowledge and work ethic. Snyder, who consented to a brief interview Monday on his way to lunch while at the NFL's annual owners meetings, hadn't spoken to reporters during the 2013 season, or after the 3-13 campaign that resulted in Mike Shanahan's firing. He also hadn't commented on the hiring of Gruden as his eighth head coach.
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By Sam Farmer, Tribune newspapers | August 10, 2011
GEORGETOWN, Ky. — Jay Gruden has his older brother's voice, and their eyes have the same steely glint. Jay is bigger, has darker hair and more of a twisted smile than a sinister "Chucky" grimace. "Jon's more edgy, grouchier too. Meaner," said the younger Gruden, new offensive coordinator of the Cincinnati Bengals. "I'm a nice guy. I'm more laid-back. His tolerance level isn't as high as mine, and mine's pretty low. " Case in point: During an offensive meeting this week, one of the Bengals had the nerve to chomp on a mouthful of ice as Gruden was making a point.
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By Matt Vensel | April 28, 2011
If you've been reading our draft coverage, you know by now which players are on the Ravens' radar and whom the draft experts have the Ravens selecting in their mock drafts. But what about the Ravens' AFC North rivals in Cincinnati, Cleveland in Pittsburgh? Because I am pumped for the draft, I've compiled the first-round picks for the Bengals, the Browns and the Steelers from the mock drafts of five prominent analysts. Here are their projections: Cincinnati Bengals (picking fourth overall)
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Sports Digest | January 17, 2014
Colleges Mount names ex-Terp Joe Cinosky assistant men's lacrosse coach Mount St. Mary's Tom Gravante named Joe Cinosky an assistant men's lacrosse coach. Cinosky replaces Travis Johnson , who left to become the head coach at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. A former All-American at Maryland, Cinosky comes to the Mount from Duke, where he served as a volunteer assistant coach for the 2013 NCAA champions. As a four-year starter at Maryland, Cinosky helped lead the Terps to 43 wins and two NCAA semifinal appearances.
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By Liz Clarke and The Washington Post | August 4, 2014
RICHMOND, Va.  - Since suiting up for training camp July 23, the Washington Redskins have practiced in shells and in full pads. They've held walk-throughs and collided in live drills. They've worked on fundamentals and practice plays scripted for the red zone. They've squared off one-on-one, seven-on-seven and 11-on-11. Now comes an opponent more authentic than a tackling sled and quicker to stoke competitive fires than a teammate. Coach Jay Gruden's hope is that three days of joint practice with the New England Patriots heading into the teams' preseason opener Thursday at FedEx Field will challenge his players anew while giving his coaching staff another means of judging who's worth keeping on the 53-man roster.
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