The Raiders allowed offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave to leave the organization with an expired contract. He didn't travel far.
Musgrave accepted a job within the division, as Denver Broncos quarterbacks coach. The 9News television station in Denver reported the information on Friday afternoon.
Musgrave will work under recently fired Chargers head coach Mike McCoy, who was named Broncos offensive coordinator the same day.
McCoy and Musgrave will work under new Broncos head coach Vance Joseph.
The Raiders let Musgrave leave, and promoted quarterbacks coach Todd Downing to offensive coordinator. The team still hasn't announced those moves.
Musgrave played for the Denver Broncos as a backup quarterback in 1995-96. He has been a quarterbacks coach or an offensive coordinator since 1997.