Scott Turner is expected to join Raiders staff

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The Raiders are adding a veteran offensive assistant.

According to multiple reports, Scott Turner is headed to Las Vegas in a pass-game role.

Turner was Washington’s offensive coordinator for the past three seasons. He was fired after the conclusion of the regular season last month.

Turner was the Panthers’ quarterbacks coach under Ron Rivera from 2018-2019. He’s also previously spent time with the Vikings and Browns as an offensive assistant in the league.

Josh McDaniels is heading into his second season as Raiders head coach and offensive play-caller. Las Vegas also has Mick Lombardi as offensive coordinator and Bo Hardegree as quarterbacks coach.

The Raiders, however, don’t yet know who their quarterback is going to be for 2023. The club is currently attempting to find a trade partner longtime QB Derek Carr, but signs point to him being released before his $40.4 million guarantee kicks in on Feb. 15.

5 responses to “Scott Turner is expected to join Raiders staff

  1. Wow! His entire time here in D.C. our opponents told our players how predictable our offense was… that they always knew what we were about to run! We averaged something like 15 points a game on good days! We usually struggled to score TDs! I sincerely feel for you Raiders fans!

  2. How is it mind numbing that the hired a guy with 3 years experience as OC as a passing game coordinator?

  3. @sbc you mean team with no talent and no QB was predictable and struggled offensively? I’m shocked.

  4. It doesn’t matter who your OC is: if Josh McDaniel is your head coach, your team is going to lose a lot of games.

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