Kliff Kingsbury will be hired by the commanders to provide offensive coordination.

An additional NFL landing space has been secured by Kliff Kingsbury.

According to a number of sources, Kingsbury has reached an agreement with the Commanders to serve as their offensive coordinator.

In the beginning, Kingsbury had agreed to take over as the offensive coordinator for the Raiders; 

however, negotiations between the two teams failed, and the former Cardinals coach was once again available for hire.

Kingsbury spent the previous year working as a senior offensive analyst at the University of Southern California. Prior to that, he had spent four seasons with Arizona, during which he had a record of 28-37-1.

 The quarterback Caleb Williams, who is anticipated to be one of the first two choices in the forthcoming draft, was fortunate enough to have his assistance.

As a result of Dan Quinn's recent appointment as head coach, the Commanders hold the second overall pick, two spots behind the Bears, and it is quite probable that they will be in the market for a quarterback.

Due to Kingsbury's absence, the Raiders have reached an agreement with Luke Getsy, a former offensive coordinator for the Bears, to serve as their offensive coordinator.