"Jack Del Rio brings a strong leadership presence to this organization," general manager Reggie McKenzie said in a released statement. "He has developed an excellent reputation as a coach in this league and we are happy that he is a Raider."
Oakland tipped its hand in terms of interest earlier this week, calling Denver the moment they were bounced from the playoffs for permission to speak with Del Rio again.
In the meantime, he'll have to sort out a roster that is packed with a mix of pieces that are noteworthy in name but not complementary on the field.
In nine seasons as a head coach, Del Rio went 68-71 with a pair of playoff appearances.