Raiders name Rich Bisaccia as interim coach

The Raiders named special teams coordinator and assistant head coach Rich Bisaccia as the team's interim coach. Bisaccia, 61, had spent 11 years with Gruden in the NFL after also leading the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' special teams under him from 2002-08. He served as assistant head coach position with the Raiders, Buccaneers, San Diego Chargers (2012) and Dallas Cowboys (2013-17).

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Bisaccia got the nod over defensive coordinator Gus Bradley, offensive line coach Tom Cable and defensive line coach Rod Marinelli, all of whom have previous head-coaching experience, the story said. Bisaccia has never served as a head coach at any level. However those in the know say the special teams coach typically has contact and relations with more of the team than a coordinator. Of course, Jon Gruden resigned Monday night over troubling emails he sent in the past that have recently come to light.

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