Raiders Coaching Staff
15th SEASON IN NFL (1 AS A PLAYER)
6th SEASON WITH RAIDERS
Tom Cable, now in his second year as the
offensive line coach in his return to Oakland,
brings 32 years of coaching experience to the
post, including 13 seasons in the NFL. Cable previously served as the Raiders
offensive line coach from 2007-08 and head coach from 2008-10.
During his first season back in Oakland, Cable tutored two rookie tackles
in first-round selection T Kolton Miller and third-round selection T Brandon
Parker. Despite multiple injuries, Miller became the first rookie offensive
lineman to start every contest for the Raiders since 2011 and just the 16th
Raiders rookie overall to do so since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger. Additionally,
Cable helped produce two Pro Bowl alternates in C Rodney Hudson and G/T
From 2011-17, Cable helped the Seattle Seahawks win three NFC West
titles, two NFC Championships and the Super Bowl XLVIII title. During his
seven seasons as the Seahawks’ assistant head coach/offensive line coach, his
line helped Seattle’s running game rank second in the NFL with 131.9 yards
per game over that span.
Cable 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
After spending 19 seasons coaching collegiately, Cable entered the NFL
coaching ranks as an offensive line coach with the Falcons in 2006, where he
worked with a unit that helped the Falcons lead the NFL in rushing with 183.7
yards per game.
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.
STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING ASSISTANT
4th SEASON IN NFL
2nd SEASON WITH RAIDERS
Now entering his fourth year in the NFL,
Deuce Gruden returns for his second season
with the Silver and Black as a strength and
In his first season with the Raiders in 2018, Gruden worked closely with TE
Jared Cook, who set career highs in nearly every major statistical category this
past season, including receptions (68), yards (896) and touchdowns (six) and
was named to the Pro Bowl. Gruden also worked with two Pro Bowl alternates
in C Rodney Hudson and G/T Kelechi Osemele.
In his last season with the Redskins in 2017, Gruden was promoted to a
strength and conditioning assistant, a year that saw three Redskins named to
the Pro Bowl and an additional two added as alternates. Among his coaching
responsibilities in 2017, Gruden also played a large role training athletes
in attendance for Raiders Head Coach Jon Gruden’s Gruden QB Camp by
overseeing workouts for athletes who were preparing for the NFL Combine.
His inaugural season in the NFL came in 2016 as a strength and conditioning
intern for the Redskins. That year, Gruden was a fixture in the team’s program,
helping train a club that rostered five Pro Bowl selections.
PERSONAL: Native of Tampa, Fla. …Currently working on a Master’s degree
from A.T. Still University in Kinesiology with a focus in corrective exercise…
Certified in USA weightlifting, FMS and as a Strength and Conditioning
Specialist…A competitive powerlifter who won gold at the 2017 International
Powerlifting Federation’s World Classic Powerlifting Championships in
Belarus…Attended Lafayette University where he earned a degree in biology
while also playing running back for the Leopards from 2012-15…Son of
Raiders Head Coach Jon Gruden and nephew of Washington Redskins Head
Coach Jay Gruden.
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