While the Raiders have still not officially acknowledged that Tom Cable has been retained as the head coach, the Raiders have at least acknowledged that Cable will no longer be call the plays. Hue Jackson has left the Ravens as QB coach to take the offensive coordinator position with the Raiders: ESPN's Michael Smith reports that Ravens quarterbacks coach Hue Jackson has accepted a position with the Raiders to be their next offensive coordinator. Jackson met with Al Davis last week, and likely sold the Raiders owner that he can help JaMarcus Russell improve. It's unclear at this stage whether Jackson will call plays, a role Cable had last year. The Raider say no decision has officially been made yet on Cable's future. With that said, it appears Davis is building a staff for Cable. Jackson worked with Cable in 1990 at Cal State Fullerton and then at Cal in 1996. New defensive line coach Mike Waufle also worked on Steve Mariucci's Cal staff in '96. UPDATE: Jackson has canceled his interview with the Bears to be their offensive coordinator.