Raiders will interview Dave DeGuglielmo for OL coach

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The Dolphins were not going to retain Dave DeGuglielmo as offensive line coach, and the veteran assistant could have a new job soon. He will interview with the Raiders on Monday, via Ian Rapoport of NFL Media.

DeGuglielmo joined the Dolphins staff in October as a replacement for Chris Foerster, who resigned in the wake of the release of a video showing him snorting a white powder in his office.

DeGuglielmo got his start with the Giants as an assistant line coach and quality control coach from 2004-08. He spent three years as the offensive line coach on Tony Sparano’s staff in Miami from 2009-11 and then moved to the Jets in the same role in 2012. DeGuglielmo was with the Patriots as offensive line coach in 2014-15 and with the Chargers as assistant line coach in 2016.

14 responses to “Raiders will interview Dave DeGuglielmo for OL coach

  1. Holy crap Raiders fans, you better hope they don’t hire this guy !

    He came to the Pats when Scarnecchia retired and took a top 5 Oline and turned it into a terrible one. He’s the reason Belichick begged Scar to come back out of retirement.

    DeGuglielmo is downright awful and you can expect Carr to be constantly running for his life with this guy in charge of the line.

  2. harrisonhits2 says:
    January 11, 2018 at 4:30 pm

    Holy crap Raiders fans, you better hope they don’t hire this guy !

    He came to the Pats when Scarnecchia retired and took a top 5 Oline and turned it into a terrible one. He’s the reason Belichick begged Scar to come back out of retirement.

    DeGuglielmo is downright awful and you can expect Carr to be constantly running for his life with this guy in charge of the line.

    ** Everything he wrote is true. If I am a Raiders fan (and thank God I’m not), do whatever you need to do to stop Gruden from hiring this bum.

  3. Nobody’s giving John Hevesy a call, one of the best O Line coaches in football.

    Man the NFL needs to break up this network of recycled coaches. I mean this coach has been with like 10 different teams.

  4. I’m a Jets fan…and after watching this guy work for New England and Miami…I am beyond sad that he is leaving the AFC East.

  5. This would be a classic. Mark Davis spends $100M (guaranteed) to get Jon Gruden to coach the team and they settle for a discard like Dave DeGuglielmo as the O-Line Coach. If this is true, Gruden hasn’t got a clue re current O-Line systems coaching. Unbelievable!

  6. I think DeGugliamo does ok with the offensive line unless something goes wrong like an unanticipated injury. Then everything goes down the toilet. The o-line stayed relatively healthy for the Patriots in 2014, and they won the championship. The following year, there was some uncertainty (Volmer and Stork were out with injuries) and it was a disaster.

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