Oakland Raiders Reportedly Hire Texas A&M's Terrell Williams As Defensive Line Coach

Dennis Allen continues to fill out his coaching staff since being hired to be the Oakland Raiders new head coach. The latest hire is reportedly Terrell Williams as defensive line coach, the same position he most recently held at Texas A&M.

Williams was one of the few holdovers at Texas A&M after the firing of Mike Sherman as head coach. The Aggies were a solid defense under Williams. This year, they led the NCAA with 51.0 sacks, five more than any other team. They were ranked 32nd and 13th in 2010 and 2009, respectively. The year before Williams arrived, the Aggies had just 16.0 sacks and ranked 101st in the nation.

For more on Williams' hire, be sure to check out Raiders blog Silver and Black Pride and Texas A&M blog I Am The 12th Man.

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