Kliff Kingsbury, a former coach for the Arizona Cardinals, is reportedly being considered for the position of offensive coordinator for the Las Vegas Raiders,
According to a report by Adam Schefter of ESPN earlier on Thursday night.
, will be joining coach Antonio Pierce in Las Vegas for the 2024 National Football League season.
Following the dismissal of coach Josh McDaniels and general manager Dave Ziegler on the same day in November,
former Raiders offensive coordinator Mick Lombardi was also terminated from his position.
Pierce stepped into the role as interim head coach at the time, and he was officially hired into the position in January.
His lone experience coaching in the National Football League came during his time in Arizona, which lasted from 2019 to 2022.
After the Cardinals finished the season with a record of 4–13, he was let go in January of last year
Prior to that, he served as the offensive coordinator for Texas A&M in 2012, and he had previously served as the co-offensive coordinator for Houston in the two seasons prior to that.
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