Jay Gruden's head coaching career did not begin like he would have liked when the Redskins went 4-12 his rookie season.
Someone in the NFC East is 50 Shades of Cray this offseason and for one, Michael Jenkins says, it's not the Redskins.
After two seasons in which the Eagles went 10-6 - no small feat in the NFL - head coach and now-head of personnel Chip Kelly decided to essentially blow up his roster.
After weeks of shocking offseason moves, Eagles coach Chip Kelly took to the podium to explain some of his team's actions.
When Mike Shanahan took over as Redskins coach in 2010 the quarterback he wanted was Sam Bradford of Oklahoma. But his team was picking fourth, the Rams had the top pick and wanted Bradford.