The Raiders have found their new regular supervisor.
The workers launched Monday it employed NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock as its regular supervisor.
Mayock, 60, not too way back emerged as a robust candidate for the vacant place and had interviewed with the workers earlier. He was moreover in attendance for Sunday’s 35-3 loss to the Chiefs at Kansas City.
Raiders coach Jon Gruden spoke briefly about Maycock after the game, saying he seems forward to the prospect of working with him.
“He loves it,” Gruden said, per ESPN. “He’s a passionate, passionate personnel man. He’s done it for a long time. I know he’s had opportunities to get back into the NFL as a general manager and we’ll see what happens. We’ll see how the dust settles”
The hire is the most recent change in Gruden’s first season once more with Oakland after the workers traded veterans Khalil Mack and Amari Cooper this season and fired GM Reggie McKenzie earlier this month.
The Raiders accomplished the season 4-12 and had been eradicated early from playoff competitors.