Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Derek Carr suggested in his first comments since Jon Gruden resigned that all communication from front office personnel and coaches be made available.
“If we just started opening up everybody’s private emails and texts, people will start sweating a little bit,” Carr told reporters on Wednesday, via ESPN. “Hopefully not too many, but maybe that’s what they should do for all coaches and GMs and owners from now on. You got to open up everything and see what happens.”
Gruden resigned as head coach of the Raiders on Monday evening after a New York Times report that he’d sent hateful homophobic, racist and misogynistic emails over the course of a decade. The communication was found and subsequently leaked as part of the 10-month investigation into the Washington Football Team’s toxic club culture.
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