The Raiders announced the hirings of 13 assistants Thursday as Jon Gruden’s staff fills out. Here they are, with brief background on each, led by a former Raiders head coach:Tom Cable, offensive line: Cable was the Raiders’ interim head coach for the final 12 games of 2008 and permanent head coach for 2009 and 2010. During that time, he compiled a record of 17-27. From 2011-17, Cable served as an assistant head coach/offensive line coach for the Seahawks.
Paul Guenther spoke to Bay Area media Wednesday for the first time since being hired by Jon Gruden last week. The former Bengals defensive coordinator said Cincinnati tried to keep him on staff, but the urge to start anew with someone like Gruden became too intriguing. Here are five notable things Guenther said on his conference call with reporters. 1. Why he left Cincinnati for OaklandGuenther coached with the Bengals since 2005, serving as the defensive coordinator since 2014.
Derek Carr’s first offensive coordinator in the NFL is back with Oakland, and the pair gets a second chance to make it work. The Raiders started 0-10 in Carr’s 2014 rookie season. Olson was fired later that year after two seasons as Oakland’s offensive coordinator. He’s since served as Jacksonville’s offensive coordinator for almost one and a half seasons and the Rams’ quarterbacks coach for one. Jon Gruden will call plays for the Raiders, so Olson may be more of a quarterbacks coach than anything.
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Selecting a term
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