With Jon Gruden finally announced as the newest head coach of the Oakland Raiders, it’s time to look at who is rumored to be joining him on the coaching staff.

Assistant coaches are often given three-year deals, but it appears Gruden and the Raiders are offering four-year deals, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media.

Now let’s keep track of who Gruden is adding to the staff:

Saturday, Jan 13

Jon Gruden is continuing to assemble his coaching staff after being announced the Oakland Raiders head coach earlier this week.

Ian Rapoport of NFL Media is now reporting that Gruden is adding offensive line coach Tom Cable, who was previously with the Raiders from 2007-2010.

Cable started his first stint with the Silver & Black as the offensive line coach under Lane Kiffin before being named the interim head coach after the infamous “overhead project presentation” that resulted in Kiffin being fired. The interim tag was removed and Cable was the head coach in 2009 and 2010 before being let go after an 8-8 season.

Friday, Jan. 12

New Raiders head coach Jon Gruden continues to shape his staff, reportedly adding wide receiver coach Edgar Bennett Friday, according to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen.

With the Packers, Bennett maximized returns from budding stars Greg Jennings, Jordy Nelson, James Jones, Randall Cobb, and most recently, Davante Adams. In 2011, it was his receiving squad that hauled in 38 touchdown passes, the second most by any group of receivers in NFL history.

Thursday, Jan. 11

New Raiders head coach Jon Gruden announced the hirings of his three coordinators during his introductory press conference on Tuesday, and now he is seemingly assembling the rest of his coaching staff.

Ian Rapoport of NFL Media is reporting that he has now found his running backs coach.

Jemel Singleton spent the past two seasons as the running backs coach in Indianapolis where he worked with veteran Frank Gore, who has ran for 1,986 yards over the past two seasons. The Colts have only had the league’s 22nd-ranked rushing attack during that time.

Tuesday, Jan. 9

Gruden announced the news himself during his introductory press conference that he has hired Olson, Guenther and Bisaccia as his three coordinators. Those were the only assistant coaches announced during the extravaganza.

Friday, Jan. 5th

It looks like Gruden already has three key hires for his coaching staff, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media.

Paul Guenther was promoted to the Bengals defensive coordinator position in 2014 when Mike Zimmer departed to become the head coach of the Minnesota Vikings. Guenther was previously the team’s linebackers coach after joining the coaching staff in 2005.

This will be the second stint with the Raiders for Greg Olson should he get the nod — he is currently the Rams quarterback coach and receiving raving reviews for his work with second-year quarterback Jared Goff. Olson previously worked as the Raiders offensive coordinator in 2013 and 2014, working with Raiders franchise quarterback Derek Carr. During that stretch, the team struggled on offense (24th and 31st in the NFL) but he is now helping the Rams become the highest-scoring team int he NFL.

Cowboys special teams coach Rich Bisaccia previously worked with Gruden for all seven seasons in Tampa Bay, being named assistant head coach in 2008. He has spent the past five seasons in Dallas under head coach Jason Garrett.