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Unofficial listing of 2017 Raiders personnel developments:

The Raiders and head coach Jack Del Rio agreed to a new four-year contract, the team announced Feb. 9, 2017. Del Rio, 53, has a 19-13 win-loss record in his two seasons with the Raiders. In 2016, he led the team to its first playoff berth and winning season in 14 years. Del Rio had two years remaining on the contract he signed in January 2015.

"The Raiders have torn up Jack Del Rio's original contract and rewarded him with a new four-year deal," Raiders owner Mark Davis said in a statement. "We are excited to continue building on the strong foundation that has been established, and this is a significant step in achieving that goal."

Del Rio was the Denver Broncos' defensive coordinator for three seasons before being hired by the Raiders. He had a 68-71 record in nine seasons (2003-2011) as the Jacksonville Jaguars' head coach with two playoff appearances.

Updated: 2-10-2017

Former San Diego Chargers defensive coordinator John Pagano named assistant head coach-defense, the Raiders announced Jan. 23, 2017. Pagno, 49, has 21 years of NFL coaching experience, including the past 15 seasons with the Chargers. He spent the last five seasons as San Diego defensive coordinator. Pagano's hiring gives the Raiders three coaches with defensive coordinator experience. Head coach Jack Del Rio was a defensive coordinator with Carolina and Denver while Ken Norton Jr is the Raiders' current defensive coordinator.

Updated: 1-24-2017

Todd Downing promoted from quarterbacks coach to offensive coordinator and Jake Peetz promoted from assistant quarterbacks coach to quarterbacks coach, the Raiders announced Jan. 14, 2017. Quarterback Derek Carr emerged as a MVP canadidate during the 2016 season, and Downing received a major share of the credit for Carr's play. Downing replaces Bill Musgrave, who was Oakland's offensive coordinator the past two seasons before joining the Denver Broncos as quarterbacks coach on Jan. 13.

Updated: 1-14-2017

Raiders offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave is expected to leave the team and quarterbacks coach Todd Downing could replace Musgrave, according to published reports on Jan. 10, 2017. Under Musgrave's direction, the Raiders in the 2016 season ranked sixth in total yards (373.3 yards per game), seventh in points (26.0), sixth in rushing (120.1 yards) and 13th in passing (253.2 yards).

Updated: 1-10-2017

Raiders defensive backs coach Marcus Robertson has been fired, according to published reports Jan. 10, 2017. The Raiders ranked 24th against the pass, allowing 257.5 yards per game in the 2016 season, and were 26th in total defense, allowing 375.1 yards per game.

Updated: 1-10-2017

Defensive end Jimmy Bean, wide receivers K.J. Brent and Jaydon Mickens, defensive lineman Demetrius Cherry, cornerback Kenneth Durden, tight ends Cooper Helfet and Ryan O'Malley,, guards Oni Omoile and Ian Silberman signed to Reserve/Future contracts, the Raiders announced Jan. 9, 2017.

Linebackers Andy Mulumba and Dwayne Norman signed to Reserve/Future contracts, the Raiders announced Jan. 2, 2017.


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