With Jon Gruden out as head coach of the Raiders, normal supervisor Mike Mayock will now have more of a say in roster decisions transferring ahead.
Raiders proprietor Mark Davis confirmed as such to ESPN’s Paul Gutierrez, saying that Mayock has 51% management, whereas interim head coach Rich Bisaccia has 49%. Mayock beforehand had 49% whereas Gruden had 51%.
It’s getting all of the weirder in Las Vegas, because it’s onerous to fathom a normal supervisor having much less management over roster decisions than the pinnacle coach. Nevertheless, that’s the way it was when Gruden was head coach, which is baffling.
It looks like eons in the past that the Raiders have been 3-0, with a signature come from behind victory over the Ravens in Week 1 on Monday Night Football. Two losses in a row introduced alongside questions, however the occasions starting with Gruden’s emails being revealed to the general public have created a circus across the franchise.
Davis was additionally requested to remark publicly on the character of Gruden’s emails however didn’t provide a lot perception.
“I have no comment. Ask the NFL. They have all the answers,” Davis instructed ESPN.
Mayock and Bisaccia have their arms full, dealing with a close to unattainable activity of stabilizing a sinking ship with 12 video games to play. Mayock spoke at present, addressing the media for the primary time since Gruden’s resignation on Monday evening. Mayock stated the main focus wants to shift again on the sector, the place Las Vegas has a crucial stretch of video games forward of them.
“As far as the team is concerned, bottom line is we’re 3-2. It’s Week 6. You know, a lot of these interim head coach deals over the years, it’s like Week 15 and guys are already packing their bags,” Mayock stated. “That’s not the case here. All of our goals are ahead of us. 3-2, one game out of the AFC lead. The focus has gotta be on Denver.”
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