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According to an anonymous source from inside the NFL, in contact with The Associated Press, no more offensive language or content was found in the 650,000 emails uncovered by the League.
The anonymous source claims that the NFL “did not identify other areas and other individuals it has to contact at club leadership or league leadership levels.”
The confidential collection of messages led to Raiders head coach Jon Gruden forcibly resigning from his position after making derogatory remarks directed at several groups, including a jab at St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher drafting Michael Sam in 2014. At the time of the emails, between 2011 and 2018, Gruden had been employed by ESPN as a commentator on Monday Night Football.
Also highlighted in the leaked messages was distasteful exchanging of topless photos of Washington cheerleaders.
In his incriminating messages, Gruden called out NFL commissioner Roger Goodell in colorful style — which has raised speculation on the League’s honesty regarding the 650,000 emails, with claims of the League selectively making an example out of Gruden.
As of current reporting (Oct. 15) the emails remain confidential under the NFL’s supervision.
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