The Raiders made their last big coaching hire on Friday, naming Ken Norton Jr. their defensive coordinator.
There was one vacancy remaining among the position coaches, but that spot was filled later that same day.
The University of Miami announced on Friday afternoon that Jethro Franklin left the school to become the Raiders defensive line coach. Franklin coached that same position for his entire career, most recently with the Hurricanes from 2011-14.
Franklin and Norton have a history. Franklin was defensive line coach at USC in 2005 and again in 2009, when Norton coached Trojans linebackers under head coach Pete Carroll.
This is an exciting opportunity for Franklin, who grew up in San Jose and went to Yerba Buena High.
"Coaching in the NFL has always been a dream," Franklin said in a statement released by the Miami athletic department, "but coaching in the NFL in my hometown is the opportunity of a lifetime.”
This isn't Franklin's first NFL gig. He coached in Green Bay from 2000-04, when Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie was in the Packers front office. He also coached the defensive line in Tampa Bay in 2006 and in Houston from 2007-08.
That rounds out major components of the Raiders defensive staff. They announced the hiring of linebackers coach Sal Sunseri and the re-hiring of Marcus Robertson has secondary coach on Jan. 23, well before Norton was hired.
Here’s a list of coaches hired by the Raiders thus far:
Head coach: Jack Del Rio
Offensive coordinator: Bill Musgrave
Defensive coordinator: Ken Norton Jr.
Special teams coordinator: Brad Seely
Quarterbacks coach: Todd Downing
Offensive line coach: Mike Tice
Running backs coach: Bernie Parmalee
Receivers coach: Rob Moore
Tight ends coach: Bobby Johnson
Defensive line coach: Jethro Franklin
Linebackers coach: Sal Sunseri
Defensive backs coach: Marcus Robertson
Assistant special teams coach: Tracy Smith