The Raiders Hire New Head Coach, Here's What We Know

The Raiders' search for a new head coach and general manager is over.

Yesterday, the Raiders agreed to a deal with Patriots' offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, who will return to the AFC West for the second head coaching stint of his career.

The 45-year-old coached the Denver Broncos in 2009 and 2010.

He's not the only one coming over from the Patriots organization. New England's former director of player personnel Dave Ziegler will become the Raiders new general manager. The terms of their contracts haven't been announced.

Meanwhile, with this year's Super Bowl matchup set, the attention shifts to Las Vegas and Allegiant Stadium, as the city prepares to host its first Pro Bowl.

Raiders receiver Hunter Renfrow has been added to the AFC roster, replacing the injured Keenan Allen from the Chargers. It's Renfrow's first career Pro Bowl selection in his third season, and first for a Raiders' receiver since 2016.

Renfrow is fresh off a season where he became the third player in franchise history to record more than 100 receptions in a single season. He also became the second player in Raiders history with more than 100 receptions and one-thousand-plus receiving yards in the same season. AJ Cole, Maxx Crosby and Denzel Perryman are also representing the silver and black in Sunday's Pro Bowl.

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