The Oakland Raiders hired veteran assistant Bob Wylie as offensive line coach, the team announced Monday.
"Bob is a spectacular teacher, motivator and drill sergeant," new Raiders coach Hue Jackson said in a statement released by the team. "His vast knowledge and experience, including last year with a team in our division, will really help us as we move forward in assembling a really good offensive line."
Wylie spent 2010 sharing the Denver Broncos' offensive line coaching duties with Clancy Barone. Entering his fourth decade as a coach at both the pro and collegiate levels, Wylie helped produce Pro Bowl berths for seven offensive linemen with the Arizona Cardinals, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Chicago Bears.
Wylie also has 13 seasons of experience coaching at the collegiate level with Syracuse, Cincinnati, Colorado State, Holy Cross, Brown and Ohio.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.