Lynch, who set careerhighs in carries (315), rushing yards (1,590), average gain (5.0) and yards
from scrimmage (1,786).
Facing injuries to his line in 2011, Cable maintained a solid unit as Seattle’s line paved the way
for Lynch’s Pro Bowl season with 285 carries, 1,204 yards on the ground and 12 rushing touchdowns.
Before joining the Seahawks, Cable spent four seasons in Oakland from 2007-10. He was named
the 17th head coach of the Raiders on February 3, 2009 after serving as the interim head coach
for the last 12 games of the 2008 season. He led Oakland to an 8-8 record in 2010, a three-win
improvement from the year before, and went 17-27 in his time leading the Silver and Black.
Cable started his first stint in Oakland as the offensive line coach from 2007-08. The Raiders
rushing attack ranked in the top-10 in the NFL both years finishing sixth in 2007 (130.4 yards per
game) and 10th in 2008 (124.2).
Cable entered the NFL coaching ranks as an offensive line coach with the Falcons in 2006, where
he worked with a unit that saw the Falcons lead the NFL in rushing with 183.7 yards per game.
From 2004-05, Cable was both the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at UCLA.
Cable’s offense averaged 410.0 yards per game in his first season and increased to 431.0 in 2005.
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He served as the head coach of Idaho from 2000-03, during which time his team averaged
424.1 yards of total offense per game.
Cable worked with the offensive line at Colorado in 1989 before being promoted to offensive
coordinator in 1999. Under his direction, Colorado ranked 14th in the nation with 424.9 yards per
game in 1999.
In 1992-97, Cable served as the offensive line coach at California, where he tutored four firstteam
All-Pac 10 selections.
Cable was the offensive line coach at UNLV in 1991 after spending the 1990 season working
with the defensive line at Cal State Fullerton. Cable had two stints as a graduate assistant, first
at Idaho from 1987-88 where he began his coaching career, then spent the 1989 season at San
PERSONAL: Native of Merced, Calif. …Played guard for four years at Idaho and spent one season
with the Indianapolis Colts before beginning his coaching career…Cable and his wife, Carol, have
five children, Ryan, Amanda, Alex, Zach and Vincent.
Tom Cable (continued)
Brian Callahan enters his ninth season in the NFL, his first with the Silver and Black, as
quarterbacks coach. Callahan joins the Raiders after spending the past two seasons coaching
in the same capacity with the Detroit Lions.
Callahan’s guidance and development of QB Matthew Stafford was apparent, as Stafford ranked
in the top-10 in touchdown passes (53), passing yards (8,773), completions (759), completion
percentage (65.5) and pass interception percentage (1.7) over the course of Callahan’s two-year
stint with the Lions.
Last season, Stafford ranked third in the NFL and first in the NFC in passing yards (4,446),
fourth in passing touchdowns (29) and sixth in completion percentage (65.7 percent), the secondbest
mark of his career. Stafford also threw just 10 interceptions for the second consecutive year, a
career low for the quarterback.
In his first year with Detroit in 2016, Callahan coached Stafford to an NFL-best eight fourthquarter
game-winning drives, the most by a signal caller in a single season since the 1970 AFL-NFL
merger. In the season’s finale and Stafford’s 109th career game, he set an NFL record by crossing
the 30,000-yard barrier in the fewest games in NFL history, breaking Hall of Fame QBs Dan Marino
and Kurt Warner’s record of 114.
Prior to joining the Lions, Callahan broke in to the NFL with the Denver Broncos, spending six
years with the club in a multitude of offensive roles, entering as a coaching assistant in 2010,
quality control – offensive from 2011-12, offensive assistant in 2013-14 and finished as an
offensive assistant/quarterbacks coach in 2015.
During his tenure with the Broncos, Callahan helped mold one of the NFL’s most potent offenses
that led the Broncos to five consecutive AFC West titles from 2011-15, including a Super Bowl 50
victory in 2015.
As the team’s offensive assistant/assistant quarterbacks coach, Callahan guided a quarterback
room to their fourth consecutive season with at least 4,000 yards through the air. Despite the
rotation of quarterbacks throughout the season, WRs Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders
both topped 1,000 yards receiving for the second consecutive year. They combined for nine 100-
yard outings and added six scores apiece.
The Broncos finished fourth in the NFL in 2014 in total offense, averaging 402.9 yards per
game, and ranked second in points per game by averaging 30.1. Under Callahan’s watch, six
offensive starters were named to the Pro Bowl that season, two of which earned the nod for the first
time in their career (RB C.J. Anderson and Sanders).
In 2013, Callahan mentored QB Peyton Manning to his fifth Most Valuable Player Award after
leading the club’s offense to an NFL single-season mark for points scored (606) while throwing for
55 scores. The team won its third consecutive AFC West title and competed in Super Bowl XLVIII.
Additionally, the Broncos led the NFL with an average of 457.3 yards per game.
In 2012, the Broncos finished fourth in the league in total offense, averaging 397.9 yards per
game while topping the 30-point mark in an NFL-best 11 contests that season. With the help of
Callahan in a quality control – offense role, Manning threw 37 touchdowns in his return to the
gridiron, the third most in the league. Additionally, WRs Eric Decker and Thomas caught 13 and
10 touchdown passes from Manning, respectively, totaling the most (23) of any duo in the league
Before the arrival of Manning, Callahan helped guide an offensive unit that posted a league-high
and club-record 164.5 rushing yards per game in 2011. Their ground game paced the way for the
team’s first AFC West crown in six years.
In his first season with a professional team, Callahan served as a coaching assistant in 2010
with an extensive role instructing the team’s running backs over the last four games when running
back coach Eric Studesville was named the interim head coach. Under his tutelage, the backfield
posted a 1.8 yard per carry improvement in the second half of the season, the best second-half
improvement in the NFL that year.
Prior to joining the NFL coaching ranks, Callahan spent two years (2008-09) at Junipero Serra
High School in nearby San Mateo, Calif., as the team’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
From 2006-07, Callahan began his career in coaching as a graduate assistant at UCLA, serving in the
Bruins’ football operations department in 2006 before expanding his role in 2007 by working with the
wide receivers, breaking down opponent game film and assisting with game preparation.
PERSONAL: A native of Champaign, Ill. …Appeared in 13 games for the Bruins as a holder on
point after attempts as a former walk-on quarterback…Received his bachelor’s degree in sociology
from UCLA in 2006 before leaving the school in 2008 with a master’s degree in education…Played
at the nationally recognized De La Salle High School in Concord, Calif., and was a part of the
school’s national-record 151-game winning streak…Was a two-year letterwinner at quarterback for
the number one ranked program…Is the son of Bill Callahan, a former head coach of the Raiders
(2002-03)…He and his wife, Allyson, have a son, Ronan, and daughter, Norah.
9th season in NFL
1st season with Raiders
Marco Coleman joins the Raiders for his 15th NFL season, 14 as a player, and his first season
as an NFL coach. Coleman was a fixture in the league as a player for more than a decade
from 1992-2005, and earned a Pro Bowl berth during his career.
In 2017, Coleman participated in the Bill Walsh NFL Diversity Coaching Fellowship program
in training camp with the Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles, working extensively with the
defensive line. Notable players that Coleman worked with in 2017 were DE Brandon Graham and
DT Fletcher Cox, who was named to the Pro Bowl later that year. Following his stint with the Eagles,
Coleman served as the defensive coordinator for Mandarin High School in Jacksonville, Fla., for the
Coleman joined Merrill Lynch as a financial advisor in 2012 and worked there for three years until
2014 before becoming a partner at an investment advisory firm, Matador Financial Planning. While
serving many clients, Matador focused on the financial needs of professional athletes.
Following his playing career, Coleman served as a pregame and postgame radio analyst for the
Jacksonville Jaguars’ flagship radio network from 2007-12, broadcasting from the stadium at each
Jaguar home game.
PERSONAL: Native of Dayton, Ohio…Played 14 NFL seasons after being selected 12th overall
by the Miami Dolphins in 1992…Totaled 610 tackles (478 solo), 65.5 sacks, 16 forced fumbles,
five fumble recoveries, one of which was returned for a touchdown, one interception and 17 passes
defensed in 207 career games with the Miami Dolphins, San Diego Chargers, Washington Redskins,
Jacksonville Jaguars, Philadelphia Eagles and Denver Broncos…Recorded seven seasons with at least
five sacks over his career…Played his first four seasons with the Dolphins, totaling 24 sacks with
Miami…Was named Sports Illustrated’s NFL Rookie of the Year in 1992 after starting 15 games and
posting six sacks…Was named to the Pro Bowl in 2002 after posting a career-high 12 sacks for the
Redskins…Was a standout at Georgia Tech, finished as the school’s and conference’s all-time leader
with 28 sacks in just three seasons…Named to All-American First Team in 1991...He was also named
to the All-ACC First Team two times, in his sophomore and junior seasons.
15th season in NFL (14 as a player)
1st season with Raiders