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Terrell Williams leaves Texas A&M for Raiders

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Two weeks after officially being introduced as the new coach of the Raiders, Dennis Allen continues to add coaches to his staff.

The latest comes from Texas A&M.  According to Mark Passwaters of Rivals.com, Aggies defensive line coach Terrell Williams has taken the same job in Oakland.  Williams, 37, previously was the lone holdover from Mike Sherman’s staff.

Allen, coincidentally, played college football at Texas A&M.  Williams had worked for the Aggies for two seasons.

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5 Responses to “Terrell Williams leaves Texas A&M for Raiders”
  1. joetoronto says: Feb 13, 2012 1:45 PM

    Welcome to Raider Nation, Terrell.

  2. keithdylan says: Feb 13, 2012 3:07 PM

    If I was the Raiders and/or the NFL I would look into marketing their brand in College Station. THAT is loyal and fanatical group down there that supports their Aggies wherever they are.

  3. lunarpie says: Feb 13, 2012 3:50 PM

    Hopefully, Terrell can figure how to use Seymour to help the younger D-lineman get to the QB and stop the run. If he does, the Defense will be top 5 in the NFL. We need more blitzing too but, that’s a LB coaches job.

  4. raidmagic says: Feb 13, 2012 4:08 PM

    So refreshing to see a Raider coach hiring his own staff and setting a direction. It may turn out to be a bad hire but at least the franchise is moving forward

  5. lostking1 says: Feb 13, 2012 10:44 PM

    Dennis Allen is making moves to get staff together so everyone will be on the same page. Return to glory! And no whining !
    I like the moves so far at least I know the coach is bringing in guys he can trust and share his vision. I read Sean Peyton’s book a year ago and he had mentioned allen’s name as a coach that he would see be successful in the NFL. That’s good enough endorsement for me! Go Raiders!

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