The Oakland Raiders had one of the best offenses in the NFL this season but will reportedly make a change at their offensive coordinator position.
NFL Media's Ian Rapoport is reporting that head coach Jack Del Rio will not bring offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave back after his offense finished sixth in the NFL in total yards and seventh in points scored.
As Rapoport reported, Musgrave had a two-year deal with the Raiders that was expiring. It is likely that the job will be given to quarterbacks coach Todd Downing, whom starting quarterback Derek Carr speaks highly of. Downing was reportedly getting a lot of interest from other teams regarding open offensive coordinator positions, possibly forcing the Raiders to make a choice.
In other news, Rapoport is reporting that the Raiders will retain defensive coordinator Ken Norton, Jr.