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The Raiders hired veteran coach Bob Wylie to be the team's new offensive line coach. Wylie has been coaching professional football for 18 years.

"Bob is a spectacular teacher, motivator and drill sergeant," said Raiders new head coach Hue Jackson. "His vast knowledge and experience, including last year with a team in our division will really help us as we move forward in assembling a really good offensive line."

Wylie worked with the Broncos' offensive line last season and has also spent time with the Cardinals, Buccaneers, Bears and Jets.

The Raiders had the league's second-best rushing offense, but were near the bottom in the league in sacks allowed.

 

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