Early this month, former Chiefs defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast accepted a job with the Oakland Raiders as their secondary coach.
It didn’t last long.
Pendergast has reportedly left the Raiders to become the defensive coordinator at Cal. The defensive coordinator job at Cal opened up on Wednesday, when Bob Gregory quit to become the defensive coordinator at Boise State, and Cal moved quickly to get Pendergast, who won’t have to move out of the Bay Area.
Pendergast is heading back to school after 15 years as an NFL assistant. He has previously been an assistant with the Cardinals, Browns, Cowboys and Oilers.