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By PFW staff

Several Raiders assistant coaches have been ousted by new head coach Hue Jackson, according to the Oakland Tribune.

The report indicates defensive coordinator John Marshall, offensive line coach Jim Michalczik, linebackers coach Mike Haluchak, passing-game coordinator Ted Tollner, quarterbacks coach Paul Hackett and assistant offensive line coach Chris Morgan have been told that they will not be returning to the team.

The Tribune reports that Jackson interviewed Chuck Bresnahan, who served as an assistant coach for the Raiders from 1998-2003, for the vacant D-coordinator position. Bresnahan has been coaching in the UFL for the past two seasons.

Jaguars defensive line coach Joe Cullen is another candidate to replace Marshall.


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