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Jon Gruden Getting Mocked For What He Was Doing At Senior Bowl

oakland raiders head coach jon gruden during a game

OAKLAND, CA - DECEMBER 02: Head coach Jon Gruden of the Oakland Raiders looks on against the Kansas City Chiefs during their NFL game at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on December 2, 2018 in Oakland, California. (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)

Oakland Raiders' head coach Jon Gruden is getting mocked for what he was doing during the Senior Bowl on Saturday afternoon.

Gruden, who was coaching the North Team in Saturday's Senior bowl, pulled quite a move with his players during the contest.

The Raiders' head coach had his coaching staff put Oakland stickers onto the helmets of the players who did good things during the game.

Duke quarterback Daniel Jones was one of the players who received the Raiders' sticker. He got slapped with the helmet sticker after leading his team's offense on a long touchdown drive.

Deadspin had more details on who got the stickers:

Other offensive players that received stickers included UMass wide receiver Andy Isabella, UC Davis wide receiver Keelan Doss, Ohio State Terry McLaurin, North Carolina State quarterback Ryan Finley and Wisconsin fullback Alec Ingold. McLaurin finished with three stickers on his helmet and Isabella ended up with two.

The stickers weren’t limited to players on offense, either. Delaware safety Nasir Adderley, USC cornerback Iman Marshall, Western Illinois defensive tackle Khalen Saunders and Texas edge rusher Charles Omenihu all got slapped in the head with the silver and black as well.

Don't be surprised if one (or more) of these players gets drafted by Oakland this April.