But wait there's more: Citing Raiders radio sideline reporter Chris Townsend, ESPN's Raiders reporter Paul Gutierrez tweeted that Oakland tight end "Lee Smith "grabbed" Jon Gruden by the neck to calm him down as he got after Derek Carr in heated sideline exchange".
The Raiders played the Arizona Cardinals in a battle of utter futility, and although the two teams played to a dead 14-14 tie - of course - in the first half, that wasn't good enough for head coach Jon Gruden and quarterback Derek Carr. We had a man-to-man situation, he went for the big play, and we had a mild disagreement. That's part of this business.
Migrants streaming into Tijuana, but now face long stay
The Mexican interior ministry says there are now around 8,000 migrants crossing the country in several caravans. In the coming days, officials believe as many as 5,000 could seek asylum and entry into the United States.
Gruden clearly did not like the decision, and he appeared to light into Carr over it. We're also very supportive of one another. "I'm glad he's our quarterback". The Raiders eventually prevailed Sunday for their second win of the season. "I don't know. I can handle my own business", Gruden said.
"He brought us back to win in the fourth quarter". "That's the sign of a great quarterback".