PTI reacts to report of Jon Gruden using racial trope in email

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ESPN published this video item, entitled “PTI reacts to report of Jon Gruden using racial trope in email” – below is their description.

PTI’s Frank Isola and Mina Kimes discuss the Wall Street Journal report that states Jon Gruden used racially insensitive language in referring to NFLPA head DeMaurice Smith in a 2011 email.

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