Currently into his second tenure as the head coach of the Oakland Raiders, Jon Gruden previously occupied this position for the franchise from 1998 to 2001. He became the then youngest head coach to win a Super Bowl when he led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to their maiden title at the end of the 2002 season in Super Bowl XXXVII. Gruden was aged only 39 years, 5 months and 9 days at that time. After being fired by the Bucs in January 2009, Gruden ventured into the broadcasting industry as he signed with ESPN as a color commentator.
Having served as the lead analyst for ESPN's Monday Night Football, Jon Gruden returned to his coaching career when he rejoined the Oakland Raiders in 2018 and currently has an estimated net worth of $22.5 million.
Jon Gruden Salary
Gruden signed a 10-year $100 million contract with the Oakland Raiders in 2018 to return to coaching. This leaves him with an annual salary of $10 million.
Prior to returning to the NFL, Gruden was ESPN's lead analyst for Monday Night Football in addition to hosting other shows on the network. By December 2014, he had even agreed on a contract that ran through 2021. According to reports, he earned $6.5 million a year as a sportscaster thanks to the aforementioned deal.
Jon Gruden Endorsements
The 55-year-old appeared in several commercials during his coaching career hiatus. He has appeared in as many as six commercials for the Hooters restaurant chain. The other brands that Gruden has endorsed include GoPro, Corona, Nationwide, Dunkin' Donuts, Bridgestone and GMC.
Jon Gruden Charity Work
Jon Gruden launched the FFCA (Fired Football Coaches Association) in 2009 after being fired by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Among other things, the organization seeks to provide financial support for the development of school athletes.
|Source of wealth||NFL head coach, Media personality|
|Salary||$10 million per year|
|Brands endorsed||Hooters, GoPro, Corona, Nationwide, Dunkin' Donuts, Bridgestone, GMC|
|Marital status||Married to Cindy Gruden|
|Charities supported||Fired Football Coaches Association|
Updated on 14 March 2019