Oakland Raiders Have Fired Head Coach Jack Del Rio

Oakland Raiders Have Fired Head Coach Jack Del Rio

Oakland Raiders Have Fired Head Coach Jack Del Rio

The move comes after Del Rio and the Raiders agreed to terms on a four-year contract extension in February after he helped the franchise secure its first playoff berth since 2002.

JDR announces that he will not be returning as head coach next year.

The foundation, apparently, crumbled in a matter of months.

Del Rio revealed this news to the media after the game. They went just 2-6 on the road, unable to capitalize on a season in which they won their first two contests. John Pagano, who was on the staff as assistant head coach-defense, took over as coordinator. Over his three seasons as the Raiders coach he went 25-23 overall and 8-10 against AFC West rivals.

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This year...ugh. Carr wasn't great. The offense, including Derek Carr, performed poorly throughout the season.

Amari Cooper, who had a Pro Bowl season in 2016, had a significant drop in his output, as did Michael Crabtree; a year ago, that pair combined for over 2,100 receiving yards on 172 catches.

The Raiders are believed to be on the verge of hiring Jon Gruden, their coach from 1998-2001, as Del Rio's replacement.

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