Washington is expected to stay true and keep head coach Jay Gruden going into 2015, reports Dianna Marie Russini of NBC4 D.C. (via Twitter).
Despite a lack of success in his first season, as well as constant quarreling with starting quarterback Robert Griffin III, Russini writes that nothing has changed since an earlier report that the team was leaning toward keeping Gruden.
Griffin is also slated to return as the team’s quarterback. Both his future with the tem and his coach’s were in doubt at times during the last month of the season.
The victory against the Eagles in Week 16 likely put both parties in better standing with owner Dan Snyder, and although Washington was thoroughly beaten by the Cowboys today, it likely wasn’t enough of a disappointment to make the owner change his mind