Early in the Washington Redskins' spring workouts, it became clear. Jay Gruden was being Jay Gruden on the field. He served as a defensive back on some plays, a safety on others and brought an energy that was his own. It was a good first step in being a head coach in the NFL: Be yourself. That's what most coaches always say and Gruden, with a brother who won a Super Bowl and a father who has been involved in the game for decades knows this. Of course, it's about much more than pretending you're a defensive back: It's having core beliefs and staying true to them as well, whether it's in how you delegate or how you deal with player problems.via ESPN.com - NFL Nation http://ift.tt/1ufsRBY

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