Feb 12, 2015 6:45 PM
ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) - Oakland coach Jack Del Rio confirmed that the Raiders plan to incorporate the no-huddle offense into their system next season.
Just how much the Raiders will employ the hurry-up schemes will likely vary from week to week depending on the opponent. But Del Rio, a former NFL linebacker whose background is on defense, said that it will be a consistent part of the offense.
Speaking at an informal lunch with reporters on Thursday, Del Rio outlined some of the plans he has for the team in 2015. He also spoke about his relationship with offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave, whom he fired when both men were coaching in Jacksonville.
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