This was expected, even if people didn't want to hear it, Jay Gruden will be the head coach of the Washington Redskins for the 2019 season. When Gruden gave his end of season presser he claimed he had not spoken to owner Dan Snyder yet. There were reports Snyder held meetings at Redskins Park until 3 am after the season finale shutout loss to the Eagles...then flew to the Bahamas.
Jay Gruden has officially been told he’s back as Redskins coach for 2019, per source. This has been expectation among many for weeks.— JP Finlay (@JPFinlayNBCS) January 4, 2019
There has been nothing coming out of Redskins Park since then which left all the the options on the table for Washington's coaches and front office. Jay Gruden is safe and Bruce Allen is not going anywhere. Now we wait to see if any of the rumored coaching staff changes will be happening soon.
Next season will be Jay Gruden’s sixth with the #Redskins. Norv Turner was the last coach to get at least six consecutive seasons in D.C. pic.twitter.com/edlkn6xKiK— Tarik El-Bashir (@Tarik_ElBashir) January 4, 2019