'He's just always been a fraud to me': Keyshawn Johnson rips 'used car salesman' Jon Gruden

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Johnson played under Gruden in 2002 and 2003 and had almost nothing good to say about him.
ESPN radio host and former NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson has strong feelings about his former coach Jon Gruden, who resigned as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders on Monday night after the New York Times unearthed more racist, misogynistic, and anti-gay emails he sent to former Washington general manager Bruce Allen and other executives.

Johnson, who was coached by Gruden in 2002 and 2003 when both were with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, shared his opinion about Gruden on his ESPN radio show "Keyshawn, JWill & Max" and he let his feelings fly.

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"I didn't know that Jon would say things like that and put them in an email. He's just always been a fraud to me. ... From day one, he's been a used car salesman. And people bought it because he inherited a championship team built by Tony Dungy and Rich McKay, and he came in there with a little bit of different energy than we had with…
Liz Roscher
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