ESPN Replaces Kornheiser With Gruden

May 19, 2009  •  Post A Comment

ESPN has replaced Tony Kornheiser on “Monday Night Football” with Jon Gruden, USA Today reports. The decision was Kornheiser’s, who avoids flying and decided to step down after looking at the “Monday Night Football” traveling schedule, the newspaper says. Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Gruden said he was excited to join the show, but didn’t rule out returning to coaching, the publication adds.
—Aimee Picchi


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