May 26, 2024

The Las Vegas Raiders have finalized their coaching staff for the 2024 NFL season under newly appointed head coach Antonio Pierce. While some hires, such as offensive coordinator Luke Getsy, were previously reported, the team’s announcement sheds light on additional staff changes.

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On the offensive side, Edgar Bennett has been retained as wide receivers coach, leveraging his history with star receiver Davante Adams. Luke Steckel, formerly with the Bears, joins as tight ends coach, assisted by Mitch Singler. Scott Turner remains as pass game coordinator, and Tim Zetts joins as assistant offense. De’Andre Pierce, initially slated as offensive quality control coach, will now serve as an offensive assistant.

Defensively, coordinator Patrick Graham and defensive line coach Rob Leonard are retained. Matt Feeney is promoted to assistant defensive backs coach, while Mike Caldwell assumes the role of linebackers coach and run game coordinator. Ricky Manning Jr. and Gerald Alexander are hired as cornerbacks and safeties coach, respectively. Andre Carter joins as pass rush specialist. Marcus Lewis and Josh Phillips are added as assistant linebackers coach and assistant defense, respectively.

On special teams, Tom McMahon and Derius Swinton II are retained as coordinator and assistant coach. Kade Rannings joins as a second assistant special teams coach, replacing Danny Amendola. Matt Sheldon will serve as game management coach.

Deuce Gruden, son of former head coach Jon Gruden, remains as an assistant strength and conditioning coach. These changes reflect the Raiders’ effort to revamp their coaching staff under Pierce’s leadership, following a brief stint by Josh McDaniels. With a renewed coaching lineup and an offseason to prepare, expectations are high for the Raiders in the upcoming season.

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