The Oakland Raiders' coaching staff is known for being the most experienced in the NFL when it comes to playing in the league.
The team's newest coach also has plenty of playing experience -- on the playground. Chase DeLisle is 7.
As the Raiders made their final preparations for Sunday's home game against the New York Jets, they had special assistance Friday. Chase, who is from Ontario, Canada, was a coach for the day Friday as part of the Make-A-Wish Foundation that grants the wishes of children with life-threatening illnesses.
"Chase was awesome. He got the whistle going as practice went on and he broke the team up," coach Jack Del Rio said. "It was great to have him out here today."
Chase had a full day. After signing a contract, he had his own locker in the coach's locker room. Del Rio was his locker neighbor. After touring the facility -- which included some Halloween eve trick-or-treating on the business side of the building -- DeLisle hit the practice field and coached alongside Del Rio and other coaches before eating lunch with the team.
He even answered a few questions from the media, which, of course, is always the highlight of the day for any NFL coach.
In other Raiders notes:
Rookie linebacker Neiron Ball (knee) is the only Raiders player ruled out for Sunday's game against the Jets. Every other injured player is listed as probable. Oakland's 53-man roster is unusually healthy for this time of year.