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Old 20 September 2017, 17:23
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The Bears might be an exception, a charter franchise that he can get turned around and win a Super Bowl or two with. It would only add to his reputation, and when he finally left coaching again for good his TV payday would be even bigger.

He's said he'd like to get back in, and the Bears offer him a perfect chance to basically start with a clean slate, with the exception that Ryan Pace would probably still be there for awhile.
I was slightly optimistic watching them against the Falcons. Then last weeks game, I turned it off at half time. I would love to see Gruden coach the Bears. But like others have said, he would be a fool to give up the gravy gig he has going on now.
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