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It is also believed that Jimmy Raye will rejoin the Jets' staff in some sort of offensive capacity, most likely as an advisor


Jimmy Raye

Director of College Scouting

11th NFL Season, 10th with Chargers

Raye was named the Chargers' director of college scouting on June 8, 2000. He oversees and coordinates the team's college scouting efforts.

Raye spent four years (1996-99) as a scout. He originally joined the Chargers June 1, 1996, after spending the 1995 season as an offensive assistant-quality control coach for the Kansas City Chiefs.

Raye's NFL career began in 1991 when he signed a free-agent contract with the Los Angeles Rams. He played in the final two games of the 1991 season after spending the first 14 games on the Rams' developmental squad. He attended training camps with the Chargers (1992) and Houston Oilers (1993) before spending the 1994 season as the wide receivers coach for Irvine High School in Irvine, California.

Raye worked briefly for the Amsterdam Admirals of the World League in April, 1995. His father, Jimmy Raye II, is the assistant head coach and offensive coordinator for the Oakland Raiders.

Raye played wide receiver at San Diego State from 1986-1990 and earned a degree in public administration. He finished his career tied for eighth on the school's all-time receiving list with 111 catches.

Raye was born Nov. 24, 1968 in Fayetteville, North Carolina. He earned All-South Coast League honors as a defensive back for the Irvine High Vaqueros where he also played basketball and ran track

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