Jon Gruden’s courtroom is his locker room – Kornheiser on Gruden’s future legacy | PTI

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Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon share their thoughts on the Las Vegas Raiders’ loss to the Chicago Bears and how Jon Gruden should proceed.

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